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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 Facteurs physiques et biologiques affectant la production viticole et vinicole de la région avec dénomination d’origine “Condado de Huelva” (SW d’Espagne)

Facteurs physiques et biologiques affectant la production viticole et vinicole de la région avec dénomination d’origine “Condado de Huelva” (SW d’Espagne)

Abstract

Les facteurs physiques et biologiques du milieu naturel affectant la production viticole de la R.D.O. “Condado de Huelva” et quelques relations les concernant sont étudiés dans les systèmes de la production vinicole ; le bon fonctionnement du Vignoble ayant besoin par ailleurs, du concours d’autres facteurs (Reynier, 1989 ; Paneque et al., 1996, a,b).

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Publication date: March 25, 2022

Issue: Terroir 1996

Type : Poster

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G. PANEQUE, MA-L MATO, P. PANEQUE

Laboratoire d’Edaphologie et Chimie Agricole. Département de Cristallographie, Minéralogie et Chimie Agricole. Faculté de Chimie. Université de Seville, Espagne

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