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|標題:||Effect of Pruning Time on Berry Qualities of " Kyoho " Grape in Southern Taiwan|
“ Kyoho ” Grape
The effects of pruning time on berry qualities of 〝Kyoho〞(Vitis vinifera L. ×Vitis labruscana Bailey) grape were investigated from Oct. 1984 to June 1985 in southern Taiwan. The results were summarized as follows: 1. The grapevines which were pruned monthly from Oct. 1984 to January 1985 yielded berries from Feb. to Jun. 1985 with the average of total soluble solids over 16° Brix. 2. Among all the fruits treated, the greatest fresh cluster weight fresh berry weight and diameter of berry occurred in the January pruned berries. However the highest total soluble solid total acidity of juice and the least average seeds number per berry were recorded in the December pruned grapevines. 3. The shoot growth which was measured at harvest varied with pruning time. The growth of Nov.-pruned shoots were rather weak but the Jan. pruned shoots were found over vigorous in growth.
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