Publication J.M. Rantz (editor). N.K. Dokoozlian, L.E. Williams, D.J. Hirschfelt, D.A. Luvisi, L.P. Christensen, D.W. Ramming, R.A. Neja, W.L. Peacock, and S.A. Badr (technical editors).

Proceedings of the International Symposium on Table Grape Production (1994)

 Consists of papers presented by invited speakers at the International Symposium on Table Grape Production held on June 28 & 29, 1994 in Anaheim, California. 

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Table of Contents

International Table Grape Production
1-42

Table grape production in Chile.
J. Perez-Harvey
1-7

Table grape production in Israel.
S. Lavee
8-17

Table grape production in Italy.
C. S. Liuni, A. Coletta, and L. Perez de Sousa
18-21

Table grape production in South Africa.
C. H. F. Orth
22-25

Table grape production in California.
F. L. Jensen
26-30

Table grape production in tropical America.
F. J. Araujo
31-37

Production of table grapes in South India.
J. V. Possingham
38-42

Plant Growth Regulators
43-68

Effectiveness and mode of action of gibberellic acid on grape berry thinning.
G. F. Gil, M. Rivera, F. Varas, and J. P. Zoffoli
43-46

Influence of application timing of gibberellin berry-enlarging treatments on the maturity of Thompson Seedless table grapes.
F. L. Jensen, M. Bianchi, M. Moriyama, and D. Kazarian
47-49

The effect of forchlorfenuron on bunch quality in table grapes.
E. E. H. Wolf, J. A. Viljoen, A. Nieuwenhuys,and J. T. Loubser
50-53

Gibberellic acid levels and quality effects of gibberellic acid in treated Sultanina grapes.
E. E. H. Wolf and J. T. Loubser
54-57

Gibberellic acid-induced seedlessness in field-grown vines of D. Maria table grapes.
L. C. Peres de Sousa
58-60

Endogenous hormone-like activities within seeded and seedless grape berries.
H. I. Macias Hernandez, H. Ramirez, and A. Reyes Lopez
61-62

Forchlorfenuron (CPPU) increases the berry size and delays the maturity of Thompson Seedless table grapes.
N. K. Dokoozlian, M. M. Moriyama,and N. C. Ebisuda
63-68

Nutrition and Irrigation

Long term fertigation scheduling of table grape cultivars in Chile. Part I: Irrigation.
L. A. Gurovich, J. Pacheco, and H. Sierra
69-76

Long term fertigation scheduling of table grape cultivars in Chile. Part II: Fertilization.
L. A. Gurovich, R. Oyarzun, and H. Estay
77-82

A new software for table grape fertigation scheduling.
L. A. Gurovich and V. Steiner
83-86

Mineral nutrient level comparisons of five table grape cultivars on ten rootstocks, 1992 and 1993.
L. P. Christensen, D. A. Luvisi, and P. L. Schrader
87-92

Studies on NFT culture of Kyoho grapes: Effect of solution temperature on vegetative growth and berry quality.
H. Motsugi, K. Beppu, and A. Sugiura
93-98

Pedicel girdling in table grapes.
G. G. van der Merwe
99-101

Dormancy Management

Managing harvest date by breaking dormancy at different bud physiological stages.
J. H. Siller-Cepeda, G. Osorio, A. Sanchez, M. Baez, A. Gardea, R. Baez, and C. H. Crisosto
102-108

Post-harvest irrigation and cyanamide effects on budbreak and yield of Perlette grapevines grown in the Coachella Valley.
R. A. Neja, L. E. Williams, L. A. Yates,and E. L. Walker
109-113

Control of flowering to produce table grapes in December.
A. Reyes Lopez, H. H. Macias, L. H. Banuelos, and J. R. Vega
114

Rootstocks, Breeding, and Cultivar Improvement

Performance of Thompson Seedless and Crimson Seedless table grapes on ten rootstocks: A preliminary report.
D. A. Luvisi and P. L. Schrader
115-119

Performance of Thompson Seedless on three rootstocks in a fanleaf degeneration site: A progress report.
J. A. Wolpert, D. A. Luvisi, P. Schrader, and M. A. Walker
120-122

C41-5, A stenospermocarpic seedless Vitis vinifera X Vitis rotundifolia hybrid developed by embryo rescue.
D. W. Ramming, R. L. Emershad, and R. Tarailo
123-124

The development and production of new seedless table grape varieties.
H. Bazak and A. Pearl
125-126

Grapevine rootstock performance in South Africa.
J. T. Loubser, J. H. Avenant, and E. W. Le Grange
127-129

Effects of buffers and pH on Vitis somatic embryo proliferation and enlargement.
R. L. Emershad, and D. W. Ramming
130-132

Origin of somatic embryos from embryo rescue cultures of seedless grapes (Vitis vinifera L.).
D. A. Margosan, R. L. Emmershad, and D. W. Ramming
133-135

Growth, nutrient levels, yield, and fruit quality of Redglobe vines grafted on rootstocks.
S. A. Badr
136-139

The behavior of Victoria grapes used for table grape production in the Dealu Mare grape district in Romania.
N. Varga, E. Minalca, and I. lonita
140-141

Physiology

The effect of girdling on leaf net C02 assimilation, water potential, and non-structural carbohydrates of Thompson Seedless.
L. E. Williams, W. A. Retzlaff, W. Yang, P. J. Biscay, and N. Ebisuda
142-146

Irrigation, nitrogen fertilization, and fruit cane location effects on bud fruitfulness and bud necrosis of Thompson Seedless grapevines.
W. M. Kliewer, J. Perez Harvey, and A. Zelleke
147-150

Implications of partial defoliation of the grapevine (Vitis vinifera L./99 Richter).
J. J. Hunter, H. P. Ruffner, R. Skrivan, C. G. Volschenk, and D. J. Le Roux
151-156

Pigment syndrome in Thompson Seedless grapes (Vitis vinifera L.).
J. M. Khilari and D. K. Salunkhe
157-163

Determination of ampelographic formula for some table grape varieties.
S. Celik
164-166

Photosynthetic rate, sugar content, and sucrolytic activity in grapevine leaves.
J. J. Hunter, R. Skrivan, and H. P. Ruffner
167-170

The effect of wind on table grape production.
J. Campbell-Clause
171-174

Training-Trellis Systems and Canopy Management

Training-trellis systems and canopy management of table grapes in Chile.
J. Perez-Harvey
175-178

Training-trellis systems and canopy management of table grapes in Israel.
S. Lavee
179-188

Training-trellis systems and canopy management of table grapes in South Africa.
C. H. F. Orth and K. R. Chambers
189-190

Training-trellis systems and canopy management of table grapes in California.
W. L. Peacock, F. L. Jensen, and N. K. Dokoozlian
191-194

Post-Harvest Physiology

Maintaining table grape post-harvest quality for long distant markets.
C. H. Crisosto, J. L. Smilanick, N. K. Dokoozlian, and D. Luvisi
195-199

The effect of slow-release SO2 generators during cold storage of table grapes.
G. Soylemezoglu and Y. S. Agaoglu
200-202

Post-harvest weight loss of Flame Seedless clusters.
A. A. Gardea, M. A. Martinez-Tellez, A. Sanchez, M. Baez, J. H. Siller, G. Gonzales, R. Baez, C. H. Crisosto, and R. S. Criddle
203-206

Persistence of sulfite residues in table grapes during weekly fumigated storage.
R. K. Austin, W. Clay, S. Phimphivong, J. L. Smilanick, and D. J. Henson
207-210

Cultural Practices

Influence of vine crop load on Redglobe table grapes.
N. K. Dokoozlian, D. A. Luvisi, P. L. Schrader, and J. J. Kosareff
211-214

Effect of between-vine spacing and leaf removal on vine growth, yield, and fruit quality of Thompson Seedless and Flame Seedless cultivars.
J. Perez-Harvey and C. Bonilla-Melendez
215-218

The development and response of Crimson Seedless cultivar to cultural practices.
S. A. Badr and David W. Ramming
219-222

Palatability of Dauphine table grapes – Is it affected by different viticultural practices?
C. H. F. Orth, S. Stevens, and B. W. van Dyk
223-226

The effect of hail netting on the performance of table grapes in the summer rainfall regions of South Africa.
J. H. Avenant
227-229

Table grape production in glasshouses in France.
J. Vidaud
230-232

Influence of cultural practices on Redglobe table grapes.
I. J. Cameron
233-236

Influence of trunk girdle timing and ethephon on the quality of Crimson Seedless table grapes.
N. K. Dokoozlian, D. A. Luvisi, P. L. Schrader, and M. M. Moriyama
237-240

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