What techniques are used? When should pruning be carried out? What are the consequences on grape or wine composition?
The interaction of mechanized pruning systems and soil organic amendment can increase vine productivity. However, since the increase in productivity may affect grape composition, this study aimed to understand the effects of the interaction between these two practices […]
In this study, we investigated over three seasons the influence of five pruning dates on yield components, grape composition, phenology and carbohydrate reserves in the variety Merlot, grown in a warm climate area […]
In the present study, we investigated the potential of the innovative cultural practice “partial double-pruning after bloom (PDP)” to delay the bunch rot epidemic on Pinot gris and Riesling cultivars over five consecutive seasons (2016-2020) […]
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Tempranillo is the second most planted variety in Texas. However, over-cropping can be an issue. Crop load can be managed by pruning and mechanical fruit thinning. Mechanizing fruit thinning provides three benefits […]
To illustrate the influence of vine training systems or pruning methods or regimes on the development of the grapevine wood disease, ESCA, a synthesis has been realized from the results obtained within the framework of two projects […]
ln the current climatic context, with milder winters leading to earlier budburst in most wine regions, vines are exposed to the risk of spring frosts for a longer period. Depending on the year, frost can lead to yield losses of between 20 and 100 % […]
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