Publications relating to Extenday® products
Below is a list of articles, scientific publications and Extenday field trial documents relating to our products, and how they interact with different crops in the orchard.
Light enhancement leads to a better wine. Fruitfed Facts: 2002, Vol 24.
Extenday reflective ground cover use to improve wine quality. Toye, J. Good Fruit Grower: October, 2005.
Choosing not to replant. Good Fruit Grower: May 1, 2012.
Grapegrower Interview: Kent Waliser. Wines and Vines: June, 2010.
Factors affecting the predisposition of 'Cabernet Sauvignon' grapevines (Vitis vinifera L.) to the physiological disorder, bunch stem necrosis. Pickering A. Doctor of Philosophy in Plant Physiology thesis from Massey University, NZ: 2006.
Reflective mulch effects on the grapevine environment, Pinot noir vine performance, and juice and wine characteristics. Ross O. Master of Applied Science thesis from the Lincoln University, NZ: 2010.
Influence of natural reflective mulch on Pinot Noir grape and wine quality. Sutherland, A. Nelson Grapegrowers and Winemakers SFF Project Summary. June, 2008.
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