Publication L.P. Christensen and D.R. Smart (editors).

Proceedings of the Soil Environment and Vine Mineral Nutrition Symposium (2005)

Consists of peer-reviewed papers presented by invited speakers at the Soil Environment and Vine Mineral Nutrition Symposium held on June 29 & 30, 2004 in San Diego, CA. Also includes research papers of related topics. 

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Table of Contents

Foreword
1

Introduction
2

Symposium: Research and Reviews

Effects of Soil Physical Characteristics on Mineral Nutrient Availability, Movement, and Uptake
Alfred Cass
3-11

Soil Acidity and Impact on Soil Fertility
Malcolm E. Sumner
13-24

Vine Nutritional Response to Adverse Physical and Chemical Effects of Intermittent Irrigation with Saline High-SAR Water
Rob M. Stevens
25-38

Comparison of Soil Microbial Communities in Pinot noir Vineyards in Anderson, Carneros, and Russian River Appellations
Rebecca E. Drenovsky, Margaret P. Edwards, Lorraine E. Gardner,
Kate M. Scow, Andrea L. Maroney, and Levina K. Loveless

39-47

Mycorrhizas and Mineral Acquisition in Grapevines
R. Paul Schreiner
49-60

Critical Plant Tissue Values and Application of Nutritional Standards for Practical
Use in Vineyards
J.B. Robinson
61-68

Partitioning of Mineral Nutrients and Timing of Fertilizer Applications for Optimum
Efficiency
W.J. Conradie
69-81

Foliar Fertilization in Vine Mineral Nutrient Management Programs
L. Peter Christensen
83-90

Deficit Irrigation and Vine Mineral Nutrition
Markus Keller
91-107

Symposium: Vineyard Practice

Viticultural Practices for Very Acidic Soils
Daniel Roberts
109-112

Management of High Magnesium Soils for Viticultural Production
Paul R. Anamosa
113-120

Practical Aspects of Managing Saline and Sodic Soils
J.B. Robinson
121-127

Fertigating Drip-Irrigated Vineyards with Macro- and Micronutrients
William L. Peacock
129-133

Compost Benefits and Quality for Viticultural Soils
Alfred Cass and Megan C. McGrath
135-143

Managing Vineyard Soil Organic Matter with Cover Crops
Glenn T. McGourty and John P. Reganold
145-151

Related Research Topics

Grapevine Rooting Patterns: A Comprehensive Analysis and a Review
David R. Smart, Erin Schwass, Alan Lakso, and Lisa Morano
153-169

Overlap of Grapevine and Cover-Crop Roots Enhances Interactions among Grapevines, Cover Crops, and Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi
Xiaomei Cheng and Kendra Baumgartner
171-174

A Role of Irrigation in Managing Vine Potassium Status on a Clay Soil
M.J. Sipiora, M.M. Anderson, and M.A. Matthews
175-183

Composition of Vitis vinifera L. cv. Pinot noir Fruit and Wines from Carneros Appellation in Response to Potassium Fertilization and Supplemental Irrigation
M.J. Sipiora, M.M. Anderson, and M.A. Matthews
185-192

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