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Water Use in the Vineyard: The East and Midwest

How Much is Enough?
Dec 2008 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
:link { color: blue } :visited { color: purple } p.c1 {text-align: center} Vineyards in the East and Midwest have mostly not been irrigated because of a lack of a perceived cost:benefit ratio. However, several years of drought in Ontario, New York and elsewhere have resulted in problems, including low yields, poor shoot growth (Zn and B deficiencies), pest problems (erineum mite and European spider mite) and enological issues (low sugar; low pH and K; atypical aging). Years of drou...
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