Good Fruit Grower

February 1

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20 FEBRUARY 1, 2016 GOOD FRUIT GROWER Viticulture W ild grapevines want to grow into big plants, and they'll produce a lot of fruit if left to their own devices, particularly on clusters on the outsides of the can- opy. Juice grape growers are advised to take advantage of this natural propensity of big vines. Canopy management is much more complicated for wine grapes, but for juice grapes in Washington, manag- ing vineyards with pruning, irrigation and maybe some Canopy CONTROL Juice grape growers can manage size of vines with pruning, irrigation and maybe some thinning. by Shannon Dininny 2921 Sutherland Park Drive Yakima, Wa 98903 509-248-0318 FAX: 509-248-0914 • Not all fan blades are created equal! Discover the CHINOOK FAN BLADE ADVANTAGE! H.F. HAUFF COMPANY INC. FORD TRITON V-10 or IVECO NEF 6.7 DIESEL ★ Air Flow Starts 14 inches from Hub ★ Increased Radius Coverage by 80-150 Feet with Same HP Draw ★ Wider Sector Angle with Increased Air Velocity ★ LESS FUEL CONSUMPTION Superior Coverage Judge for yourself Satisfaction Guaranteed!

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