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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 Cépage “Baga” région Bairrada. 2- De la conduite traditionnelle jusqu’au système ‘Lys’

Cépage “Baga” région Bairrada. 2- De la conduite traditionnelle jusqu’au système ‘Lys’

Abstract

Dans la Région de la Bairrada (Litoral-Centre du Portugal), on a étudié au 1999, l’influence des différents systèmes de conduite sur le cépage rouge “Baga”, le plus important de la Région.
Le système “Lys” (et taille court) a revélé des valeurs supérieurs en ce qui concerne des composants de la couleur (anthocyanes, polyphénols et intensité colorant) en comparaison au système “Traditionelle” (et taille long).
On a verifié le plus grand rendement du système “Lys” à cause du supérieur nombre des grappes et aussi supérieur vigueur.

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Publication date: February 24, 2022

Issue: Terroir 2000

Type: Article

Authors

CRUZ A. (1), ALMEIDA C. (2), CALDEIRA F. (1), AIRES A. (2), CASTRO R. (1)

(1) Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Tapada da Ajuda, 1399 Lisboa Codex (Portugal)
(2) Estação Vitivinícola da Bairrada, 3780 Anadia (Portugal)

 

Keywords

conduite “Lys”, taille, anthocyanes, polyphénols, rendement, vigueur

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IVES Conference Series | Terroir 2000

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