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An experiment in which vines were disbunched at intervals and the effect on vines in the following season was observed.

The results were not entirely satisfactory as there was considerable variation in treatment among the seperate Latin squares in which the vines, however it is clear from the results that can be derived that the current season’s crop is by no means the only factor affecting fruit bud formation and yield for the following season.

A Disbunching Experiment on the Sultana

1955, Journal of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science, vol 21, issue 2, month 6, pages 106 – 107

csiro 1955-2

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