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Programming different irrigation strategies: effects on grape and wine quality

Jacques ROUSSEAU, Caroline POZZO DI BORGO; ICV La Jasse de Maurin 34970 Lattes - France

A study was completed on Syrah vines planted in shallow soil. This study compared the impacts of different irrigation programs in 2006 set up according to the water balance and based upon root deficit irrigation (RDI) principals. Three strategies were compared: an empirical one based on the vineyard manager’s experiences (TRAD), one aimed to increase yield (REND) and one aimed to give quality (QUAL).
Published on 18/04/2009
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