Horticulture Research Station

Impact of Minimum Winter Temperatures on the Growth of Winegrape Cultivars and Advanced Selections

Authors: Gail R. Nonnecke (Iowa State University) , James Schrader (Iowa State University)

  • Impact of Minimum Winter Temperatures on the Growth of Winegrape Cultivars and Advanced Selections

    Horticulture Research Station

    Impact of Minimum Winter Temperatures on the Growth of Winegrape Cultivars and Advanced Selections

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Abstract

Selection of grape cultivars adapted to Iowa’s climate and soil is essential for successful vineyard and wine production. New cultivars and advanced selections with sufficient winter hardiness and quality and quantity of grapes are critical for sustained profitability. Research to evaluate new cultivars and selections provides useful information to Iowa growers for their sustainable production of winegrapes.

How to Cite:

Nonnecke, G. R. & Schrader, J., (2020) “Impact of Minimum Winter Temperatures on the Growth of Winegrape Cultivars and Advanced Selections”, Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports 2019(1).

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01 Apr 2020
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