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IVES 9 IVES Conference Series 9 Un modello di lavoro per lo studio dell’ up-grading tecnologico del vigneto nel Veneto Occidentale. Connettività degli attori e mappatura su dati avepa integrati con rilevamento speditivo e qualitativo

Un modello di lavoro per lo studio dell’ up-grading tecnologico del vigneto nel Veneto Occidentale. Connettività degli attori e mappatura su dati avepa integrati con rilevamento speditivo e qualitativo

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Il lavoro si prefigge di esaminare la propensione alla modernizzazione della viticoltura del Veneto Occidentale, letto attraverso la diffusione di forme di allevamento a sviluppo contenuto. L’integrazione dell’analisi qualitativa con quella statistica e cartografica – su dati forniti dall’Agenzia Veneta per i Pagamenti in Agricoltura (AVEPA) – ha permesso di identificare il percorso evolutivo del territorio negli ultimi decenni; questo al fine di offrire una lettura d’insieme del fenomeno e delle sue implicazioni in termini di processi di territorializzazione.

Our research takes into consideration the wine production sector in the Western Veneto. It proposes to examine its propensity to modernize. Statistical and cartographic analysis of the data provided by the Regional Agency for Agricultural Payments (AVEPA) demonstrate the changes in agricultural patterns and methods of production. In combination with case study research, the analysis allowed us to identify paths of development and resulting territorialisation processes.

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Publication date: December 3, 2021

Issue: Terroir 2010

Type: Article

Authors

Luca Simone Rizzo

Università di Trieste – Centro di Eccellenza per la Ricerca in TeleGeomatica
Via Weiss 21, 34127, Trieste, Italia

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Keywords

Viticoltura, modernizzazione, qualità, ristrutturazione e riconversione, forme di allevamento a sviluppo contenuto, reti, processi di territorializzazione
Viticulture, modernisation, quality, restructuring, and planting conversion, limited-vegetation vine training systems, networking, territorialisation processes

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IVES Conference Series | Terroir 2010

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