The manipulation of the genetic basis controlling grapevine adaptation and phenotypic plasticity can be performed either by classical genetics or biotechnologies.
The myth of the universal rootstock revisited: assessment of the importance of interactions between scion and rootstock
Aim‐ Rootstocks provide protection against soil borne pests and are a powerful tool to manipulate growth, fruit composition and wine quality attributes
Evaluation of the agronomic performance of cvs. Syrah and tempranillo when grafted on a new series of rootstocks developed in spain
The choice of an adequate rootstock is a key tool to improve the performance of grapevine varieties in different ‘terroirs’, as rootstocks confer adaptation to soil characteristics
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