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Analysis and determination of soil microbiome, helping to increase the welfare of the vineyard

Alberto Acedo, Biomemakers

Analysis and determination of soil microbiome, helping to increase the welfare of the vineyard

Alberto Acedo, of Biomemakers, introduces the researches and analysis on soil microbiome designed for the identification of bacterial and fungal species present in the vineyard.

Biomemakers, a company located in San Francisco (CA), had developed an analysis method for DNA sequencing of the soil microbiological component.   

Thanks to DNA sequencing it is actually possible to determine the different types of populations present in a vineyard, thus singling out the possible presence of helpful bacteria (PGPR) or pathogen ones (e.g., Armillaria mellea).

See the other presentation of this module:
Martina BROGGIO: "The BluAgri research to reactivate soil microbiome - development of BluVite and effects on grapevine"

The report shown in this video has been presented at the 11th edition of Enoforum (Zaragoza, Spain, May 31 – June 1 2018) within the unit organized in cooperation with BluAgri.

Published on 26/07/2018
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