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Identifier: annualreportofbo3311newy (find matches)
Title: Annual report of the Board of Control of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station
Year: 1882 (1880s)
Authors: New York State Agricultural Experiment Station. Board of Control
Subjects: New York State Agricultural Experiment Station Agriculture
Publisher: Geneva, N.Y. New York Agricultural Experiment Station under authority of Cornell University
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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itrate of soda, dried blood and cotton-seed meal, the phosphorus in acid phosphate and the potassium insulphate of potash. 4. The results of the experiments are gauged by yield of fruit,effects on the fruit, effects on the foliage and effects on the wood.A brief summary of the results in the Fredonia vineyard is: Nitrogenous fertilizers had a marked beneficial effect upon theyield and quality of fruit and upon leaf and wood growth, makingit certain that nitrogen is the limiting factor in this vineyard. Lime had no appreciable effect in this vineyard and phosphorusand potassium had so small a beneficial effect that their use wasnot profitable. 5. In the cooperative experiments not only commercial fer-tilizers but stable manure and green manure crops were used. Theresults from the use of all are confusing and unsatisfactory, varyinggreatly in any one vineyard or in the several vineyards comparedwith one another. * Reprint of Bulletin No. 381, March; for Popular Edition see p. 920. (578)
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New York Agricultural Experiment Station. 573 6. From the data obtained in these experiments it is evidentthat the fertilization of vineyards is so involved with other factorsthat only long continued work will give reliable results. Fromthe work done, however, several suggestions may be made togrape-growers: First, fertilizers can not be profitably applied in vineyards poorlydrained, suffering from winter freezes or spring frosts, or in whichfungi or insects are uncontrolled, or where good care is lacking. Second, it is probable that most vineyards have a one-sidedwear, there being few plantations indeed where more than oneor two of the elements of fertility are lacking. Nitrogen is probablymost frequently the element needed. Each grape-grower should tryto discover which of the food elements his particular soil needs,if any. Third, maximum profits cannot be obtained in many vine-yards of the Chautauqua Belt because of the lack of uniformityin vineyard conditions. Grape-growers should

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