Ground water in the interior valleys of California is contaminated with nitrates derived from agricultural activities, primarily the over-fertilization of crops.
Proceedings of GiESCO 2019
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Colored hail‐nets as a tool to improve vine water status: effects on leaf gas exchange and berry quality in Italia table grape
Protecting table grape vineyards with white hail‐nets is a common practice in Southern Italy. Hail‐nets result in shading effects of 10‐20 %, depending on their density
Nutrients in municipal treated wastewater (N, P, K, mainly) are a particular advantage in this source over conventional irrigation water sources
Water potential in cv. Verdejo: response at different day times to the variation of water regime in the d.o. rueda (Spain)
Irrigation management is a critical aspect in grapevine cultivation to regularize grape production and quality in areas of clear water limitation.