A trial in which Concord grapes were monitored to examine the effects of pruning, irrigation/drought, and the interactions of fine root production is discussed. From the study it was found that irrigation is not necessary for normally-pruned grapevines if a conservative soil management is used. With minimal pruning, however, irrigation may be of value, depending on the soil/cover crop management.
|Number of pages
|International Water and Irrigation
|Published - Aug 1 2003
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Aquatic Science
- Water Science and Technology
- Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology