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Eric Serrano, Sylvie Roussel, Laure Gontier, Thierry Dufourcq, Christophe Guizard

Wine production has always been characterized by inconsistent harvest volumes from one year to the next. One of the challenges is to provide the professionals involved in crop estimation with a reliable and fast method allowing early predictions. Different methods have tried to predict harvest volumes for more or less extended areas. To access the full text of this article, follow the link on the right.
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