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The Effects of Canopy Management Practices on Fruit Quality of Northern-Hardy Interspecific Hybrids of Vitisspp

The recent release of interspecific hybrid grape cultivars that are hardy for the northern climates of the United States has led to a rapid expansion of the grape and wine industry in the Upper Midwest, as well as other cold-climate regions. These cultivars often exhibit high vegetative vigor and possess fruit quality concerns when their grapes are to be used in wine production.