Another Type of Cold Damage

Posted Jun 27th, 2019 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Another Type of Cold Damage

Research Update from Summerland Research & Development Center Wine Grape Research. Pat Bowen and Carl Bogdanoff, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada. June 2019

Another Type of Cold Damage

Pat Bowen and Carl Bogdanoff of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada discuss grapevine cold damage: winter freeze damage to buds or wood tissues; and spring frost damage to green shoots. This spring, many vineyards appeared to have suffered winter freeze damage, even though over-winter temperatures did not dip to below vine-lethal levels. 

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