This technical study explores the effects of pruning on the growth and yield of the Concord grape, a popular fruit for juice and wine making. Colby and Tucker conducted experiments to determine the optimal level of pruning for maximum yield and quality. With its precise data and scientific methodology, this book is an essential resource for grape growers and horticulturists.
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