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Baritelle, J. L., & Folwell, R. J. (1975). U.S. grape industry: an expanding industry. In Proceedings, grape school and annual meeting (pp. 115–122). Grandview, Wash: Washington State Grape Society.
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Becker, H. *. (1983). Viticulture and vine improvement in Germany. In J.(J.) W. Watson, & M. Ahmedullah (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1983 Pacific Northwest Grape Shortcourse : the economics of vineyard establishment and management (pp. 132–164). Pacific Northwest Grape Shortcourse (Pasco, Wash. : 1983). Pullman: Washington State University Cooperative Extension.
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Bell, T. S. (1994). The role of Washington State University in the reintroduction and resurgence of vinifera grapes and wines in Washington state, 1964-1976. Ph.D. thesis, , Pullman.
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Benitz, R. *. (1999). On-farm perspective. In J.(J.) W. Watson (Ed.), Growing grapes in eastern Washington : proceedings from the 1998 Washington State University shortcourse for establishing a vineyard and producing grapes (p. 25). Growing grapes in eastern Washington : proceedings from the 1998 Washington State University shortco. Yakima, WA: Good Fruit Grower.
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Bhatti, M. A., Al-Khatib, K., & Parker, R. (1996). Wine grape (*Vitis vinifera*) response to repeated exposure of selected sulfonylurea herbicides and 2,4-D. Weed Technology, 10(4), 951–956.
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Bhatti, M. A., Al-Khatib, K., & Parker, R. (1997). Wine grape (*Vitis vinifera*) response to fall exposure of simulated drift from selected herbicides. Weed Technology, 11(3), 532–536.
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Bhatti, M. A., Felsot, A., Parker, R., & Mink, G. I. (1998). Leaf photosynthesis, stomatal resistance, and growth of wine grapes (*Vitis vinifera* L.) after exposure to simulated chlorsulfuron drift. Journal of Environmental Science and Health / Part B, Pesticides, Food Contaminants, and Agricultural Wastes, 33(1), 67–81.
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Biggs, A. R., & Grove, G. G. (1998). Role of the World Wide Web in extension plant pathology:case studies in tree fruits and grapes. Plant Disease, 82(5), 452–464.
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Bishop, P. D., & Nagel, C. W. (1984). Characterization of the condensation product of malvidin-3,5-diglucoside and catechin. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 32, 1022–1026.
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Blodgett, E. C. (1969). Certified grape planting stock for Washington vineyards. Extension mimeo, 3050. Pullman: Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, Washington State University.
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