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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 Essai de maîtrise optimisée de la vigueur de deux clones de chenin sur schistes verts du carbonifère en zone A.O.C. Coteaux du Layon

Essai de maîtrise optimisée de la vigueur de deux clones de chenin sur schistes verts du carbonifère en zone A.O.C. Coteaux du Layon

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Les buts principaux de cet essai, sont la mise en évidence des effets traitement agroviticole et millésime, par une recherche de liens entre les données vendanges et sensorielles des vins issus.

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Publication date: March 25, 2022

Issue: Terroir 1996

Type : Poster

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(1) ONIVINS Midi-Pyrennées
16, rue de Pétiole 31505 Toulouse
(2) INRA URVV
42, rue Georges Morel 49070 Beaucouzé
(3) ATAV
16 Bd Ecce-Homo 49100 Angers

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