Ground water in the interior valleys of California is contaminated with nitrates derived from agricultural activities, primarily the over-fertilization of crops.
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.
Efficient irrigation strategies and water use reduction in the high quality production regions of Priorat and Montsant (Spain)
Priorat and Montsant Appellations of Origin are located in the south of Catalonia (North‐East Spain), under severe Mediterranean climatic conditions
Knowledge of vine reaction to plant spacing under high potential soil conditions is restricted. This study was done to determine effects of vine spacing
Sustainable viticulture’ the “semi‐minimal” pruned “hedge” system for grape vines long term experience on cv. Sangiovese (Vitis vinifera L.)
In previous experiments carried out in Bologna on Sangiovese grapevines raised with the Australian “Minimal Pruning” system, it has been shown that this system left an excessive burden of buds on the vine.
Data mining approaches for time series data analysis in viticulture. Potential of the bliss (Bayesian functional linear regression with sparse step functions) method to identify temperature effects on yield potential
Context and purpose of the study – Vine development, and hence management, depends on dynamic factors (climate, soil moisture, cultural practices etc.) whose impact can vary depending upon their temporal modalities.
Context and purpose of the study ‐ Phytopathogenic diseases impact the development and yield of grapevines, resulting in economical, social and environmental losses.
Random sampling is often considered to be the best protocol for fruit sampling because it is assumed to produce a sample that best represents the vineyard population.
Nemea region is the largest POD zone in Greece. Agiorgitiko (Vitis vinifera L. cv.) is the most cultivated variety in Greece with significant wine potential.
ineyard blocks can vary spatially with respect to several viticulturally significant qualities such as soil variables, vine vigor, vine physiology
Aroma and quality assessment for vertical vintages using machine learning modelling based on weather and management information
Wine quality traits are usually given by parameters such as aroma profile, total acidity, alcohol content, colour and phenolic content, among others
Hyperspectral imaging and cnn for on‐the‐go, non‐destructive assessment of grape composition in the vineyard
Knowledge of the spatial‐temporal variation of the grape composition within a vineyard may assist decision making regarding sampling
Sensitivity of vis‐nir spectral indices to detect nitrogen deficiency and canopy function in cv. Barbera (Vitis vinifera L.) Grapevines
Precision nutrient management in viticulture can be addressed on the basis of a spatial characterization of within‐vineyard vine
The production of organically grown crops developed exponentially in the last few decades based on consumer demands for healthy food
Cover crops are planted in vineyards for multiple benefits including soil conservation, weed management, regulation of grapevine vegetative growth
Climate change is increasing the frequency and severity of drought periods leading to significant impacts on agro‐economic activities