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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 Caracterización de las tierras de viña de Navarra

Caracterización de las tierras de viña de Navarra

Abstract

Este programa se enmarca dentro de las líneas de trabajo del Departamento de Agricultura, Ganadería y Alimentación del Gobiemo de Navarra y su objetivo general es conocer adecuadamente las tierras del área donde se distribuye la viña y la consecuente respuesta vitivinícola del cultivo.
Comenzado en 1994 (SEA, 1994 ), sus objetivos principales son:

– Describir y caracterizar las condiciones naturales de los terrenos vitivinícolas diferenciados en Navarra.
– Representar a escala 1/25.000 la distribución territorial de dichos terrenos vitivinícolas.
– Crear el Catalogo de los terrenos vitivinícolas de Navarra.
Para su desarrollo se cuenta con la participación y la documentación de la Estación de Viticultura y Enología de Navarra (EVENA) y del Consejo Regulador de la D.O. Navarra.

En esta comunicación se expone el planteamiento general del trabajo y se presentan los primeros resultados obtenidos en la Comarca Agraria V (Navarra Media Oriental), que tiene una superficie total de 130.211,5 ha (12,5 % de Navarra) y en ella se ubican 4.637 ha de vifia (22,8 % del total).

 

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Publication date: February 24, 2022

Issue: Terroir 2000

Type: Article

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VICENTE ALZUAZ, A. and DONÉZAR DÎEZ DE ULZURRUN, M.

Sección de Suelos y Climatología. Servicio de Estructuras Agrarias. Departamento de Agricultura, Ganadería y Alimentación. Gobiemo de Navarra. C/ Monasterio de Urdax, 28-8°. 31011 Pamplona

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