Grapegrower and Winemaker Issue 639, 2017
Title: Vine improvement in the west
Keywords: agriculture, Aligote, alternative, Arneis, Association, Assyrtiko, Barbera, Biancone, biosecurity, block, Cabernet Sauvignon, California, Carignan, clones, CSIRO, customer, data, department, Di Fisher, disease, DNA, Durif, Epigenetic, Food, funding, Furmint, Genomic, germplasm, Gewurztraminer, grafting, growers, Gruner Veltliner, Harslevelu, Harvey Ag College, horticultural, import, improved, improvement, industry, Institute, Interstate, Jim Campbell-Clause, Kardarka, Lagrein, Manjimup, material, MHRI, Michael Considine, Montepulciano, national, Nebbiolo, new, Olmo, pests, Petit Verdot, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, productivity, profitability, project, quality, R&D, Redevelopments, report, research, resources, Richard Fennessy, Riesling, RNA, Saperavi, Sciacarello, Semillon, Shiraz, South Australia, trial, university, varieties, variety, Vermentino, Victoria, vine, vineyard, viticultural, Western Australian, wine, Wokalup Alternative Variety Trial
Page Number(s): 59
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