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Georgia Muscadine Production Guide



Table of Contents:

section 1 - Introduction
section 2 - Costs and Returns from Muscadines
section 3 - Uses of Muscadines
section 4 - Areas of Adaptation
section 5 - Vineyard Location
section 6 - Cultivars
section 7 - Selection and Care of Transplants
section 8 - Vineyard Arrangement and Pollination
section 9 - Row Orientation and Length
section 10 - Soil Preparation
section 11 - Vineyard Planning for Post and Plant Spacing
section 12 - Selecting Posts
section 13 - Setting the Plants
section 14 - Trellises
section 15 - Training the Vines to the Trellis
section 16 - Multiple Trunk Training Method
section 17 - Single Trunk Training Method
section 18 - Dormant Pruning of Cordons the First Time (Initial Long Cane Pruning System)
section 19 - Pruning Young Bearing and Mature Vines
section 20 - Pruning Neglected Vines
section 21 - Fertilization
section 22 - Irrigation of Muscadines
section 23 - Soil and Leaf Analysis for Muscadines
section 24 - Recommendations for Organic Method Growers
section 25 - Possible Strategies for Over-producing Cultivars
section 26 - Cold Protection and Recovery Strategies
section 27 - Weed Control and Cover Crops
section 28 - Muscadine Grape Diseases
section 29 - Controlling Muscadine Grape Diseases
section 30 - Harvesting and Marketing
section 31 - Table 4 - Fresh Market Muscadine Cultivars
section 32 - Table 5 - Processing Muscadine Cultivars

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