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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 Interactions « Terroir x Vigne » : facteurs de maîtrise du micro-environnement et de la physiologie de la plante en rapport avec le niveau de maturité et les éléments de typicité

Interactions « Terroir x Vigne » : facteurs de maîtrise du micro-environnement et de la physiologie de la plante en rapport avec le niveau de maturité et les éléments de typicité

Abstract

Le vigneron européen est de plus en plus à la recherche de la valorisation de son terroir par la personnalisation de la typicité de ses produits. Dans ce contexte, il est apparu depuis longtemps que la part des facteurs technologiques ou humains est d’une importance capitale face aux conditions de l’envirormement naturel. Le terroir se construit plus qu’il ne se subit.

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Publication date: March 25, 2022

Type: Poster

Issue: Terroir 1996

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A. CARBONNEAU

ISVV, Centre ENSA.M/ INRA de Montpellier UFR de Viticulture
2, Place P. Viala 34060 MONTPELLIER CEDEX 1

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