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Re: Conversion Factor

Ned, You don't use just one plant for the calculation. You have to figure out how many plants there will be in an acre. If you applied 5 lbs per acre that
Thomas Giannou
Oct 15, 2015
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15673

Re: Conversion Factor

I believe I disagree. If I had one plant, that would mean 5 lbs per plant. But you have set me on another path. If each plant is in an 8ft. by 8ft. space
Ned Smith
Oct 15, 2015
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15672

Re: Conversion Factor

Oops, Don't divide by 16. Multiply by 16. Let's say you applied 5 lbs per acre. That would be 5x16 = 90 oz / acre. Divide 90 by the number of plants.
Thomas Giannou
Oct 15, 2015
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15671

Re: Conversion Factor

If this is a product that is sprayed on the plant and is not a soil drench, figure out how many plants per acre you would have if you planted an acre of those
Thomas Giannou
Oct 15, 2015
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15670

Conversion Factor

How can I convert lbs/acre to oz/plant? TIA Ned Smith N 34,53,38.13 W 85,28,17.10 Near Chattanooga, TN
Ned Smith
Oct 15, 2015
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15668

Re: Picked Norton Yet

TA under 8 g/l, PH less then 3.6 and Brix 22+. The consistency of Cynthiana is so thick that Brix readings are always a couple of points higher then the
Mike
Sep 8, 2015
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15667

Re: Picked Norton Yet

About what is "decent"? ... Ned Smith N 34,53,38.13 W 85,28,17.10 Near Chattanooga, TN
Ned Smith
Sep 8, 2015
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15666

Re: Picked Norton Yet

Norton/Cynthiana is a bit fickle, Brix is really not as important as getting the TA/PH in the right range. You can always add a little sugar is needed. Trying
Mike
Sep 8, 2015
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15665

Re: Picked Norton Yet

Didn't test for that. I don't think I have enough grapes to crush. ... Ned Smith N 34,53,38.13 W 85,28,17.10 Near Chattanooga, TN
Ned Smith
Sep 8, 2015
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15664

Re: Picked Norton Yet

What is the TA and PH? Mike ... From: growgrapes@yahoogroups.com [mailto:growgrapes@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Tuesday, September 08, 2015 12:33 PM To:
Mike
Sep 8, 2015
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15663

Re: Picked Norton Yet

Checked Brix this morning. 21. Should have picked 2 weeks ago. ... Ned Smith N 34,53,38.13 W 85,28,17.10 Near Chattanooga, TN
Ned Smith
Sep 8, 2015
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15662

Re: Picked Norton Yet

I picked my Cynthiana in early Aug. this year. But I bloom months ahead of you Northern boys. H.Jack McCunn Jr. Denton, Tx. Zone 7b Santa Fe, Tx. Zone 9
H.Jack McCunn_Jr.
Sep 8, 2015
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15661

Re: Picked Norton Yet

No and I haven't checked them yet for ripeness. Maybe I should do that today. Was planning on picking around the 20th though. Mike ... From:
Mike
Sep 8, 2015
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15660

Picked Norton Yet

Has anyone picked Norton yet? Last year I picked on Sept. 28. This year berries are falling off the vines and it is only Sept. 7. Haven't checked Brix yet
Ned Smith
Sep 8, 2015
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15659

Re: How to Combine

Some aeration will occur, treat with Camden and avoid splashing. Some "gassing off" may also occur - fizzing, CO2 coming out of solution, this is good. I
H.Jack McCunn_Jr.
Sep 3, 2015
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