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Deconstructing cold hardiness: variation in supercooling ability and chilling requirements in the wild grapevine Vitis riparia

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Jason Londo, Geneva-based USDA-ARS scientist, examined 43 Vitis riparia accessions to examine cold-hardiness traits that decrease the likelihood of winter injury, including low mid-winter bud freezing temperatures, high chilling requirements, and reduced deacclimation rates.

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Appellation Cornell

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2019-08

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Cornell University

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Vine Biology; Physiology; RIPE; Research in Plain English; Appellation Cornell

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Deconstructing cold hardiness: variation in supercooling ability and chilling requirements in the wild grapevine Vitis riparia

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