Developments in vineyard mechanisation and precision management

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Grapegrower and Winemaker Issue 639, 2017

Title: Developments in vineyard mechanisation and precision management


Keywords: advances, agriculture, analysis, Andrew McElrone, Apogee, berry, box, California, canopy, Carnegie Mellon University, chemical, Chris Peterson, Christopher Parry, Clemens, climate, cluster, Collecting, Collection, colour, composition, cost, County, crop, data, department, detection, developments, economic, efficiency, environmental, equipment, Evaluating, farm, field, flavour, fruit, funding, fungal, GPS, grape, growers, growing, harvest, health, Imaging, impact, initiative, irrigation, Joanne Reynolds, Kaan Kurtural, labour, leaf, light, Lodi, management, manager, maturity, mechanisation, Mechanization, Mesa, methods, Midwest Grower Supply, mildew, monitor, Napa Valley, national, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, Operations, Oxbo International Corporation, Pittsburgh, practices, Precision viticulture, producer, production, profit, program, project, pruning, quality, removal, research, ripe, rising, season, sensor, Shortage, soil, Sonoma, Spatial, Stephen Nuske, suckering, technologies, Technology, temperature, thinning, tools, Trailer, trellis, trial, university, US, V-MECH, variability, vine, vineyard, Wage, water, wine, workers, yield

Page Number(s): 65-69

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