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Ahmedullah, M., Roberts, S., & Kawakami, A. K. (1987). Effect of soil-applied macro- and micro-nutrients on the yield and quality of 'Concord' grapes. Hortscience, 22, 223–225.
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Al-Khatib, K., Parker, R., & Fuerst, E. P. (1991). Grape response to foliar application of herbicide contaminated soil. (pp. 69–74). Grandview, WA: Washington State Grape Society.
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Al-Khatib, K., Parker, R., & Fuerst, E. P. (1992). Foliar absorption and translocation of herbicides from aqueous solution and treated soil. Weed Science, 40, 281–287.
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Al-Khatib, K., Parker, R., & Fuerst, E. P. (1993). Wine grape, Vitis vinifera L. response to simulated herbicide drift. Weed Technology, 7, 97–102.
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Allen, R. W. (1915). Grape culture, with special reference to commercial production under irrigation in eastern Oregon. Station bulletin, 126. Corvallis, Ore: Oregon Agricultural College Experiment Station.
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Amistoso, J. L. (1980). The influence of pH and titratable acidity on scoring of dry white wine. Ph.D. thesis, , Pullman.
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Anderson, F. (1974). 2,4-D surveys. In Proceedings, grape school and annual meeting (pp. 65–66). Grandview, Wash.: Washington State Grape Society.
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Anderson, J. D. (1986). The effects of medium on the fermentation patterns of commercial wine yeasts. Ph.D. thesis, , Pullman.
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Askham, L. R. (1986). Rodent symptoms and control. In Grape seminar & annual meeting, December 10, 1985, proceedings (pp. 13–18). Grape seminar & annual meeting, 1985, 15. Grandview, WA: Washington State Grape Society.
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Balcom, M. *. (1983). Crop load. In J.(J.) W. Watson, & M. Ahmedullah (Eds.), Proceedings of the 1983 Pacific Northwest Grape Shortcourse : the economics of vineyard establishment and management (pp. 166–168). Pacific Northwest Grape Shortcourse (Pasco, Wash. : 1983). Pullman: Washington State University Cooperative Extension.
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