Grapegrower and Winemaker Issue 643, 2017
Title: Wine research is anything but dry science
Keywords: adaptability, adapted, Adelaide, application, applying, Approaches, areas, aroma, Australia, berry, biochemistry, biology, breeding, browning, Campus, canopy, challenges, change, collect, compounds, Compressed, conditions, cons, control, crops, crosses, CSIRO, data, deal, digital, disease, disseminated, Downy, driving, Drone, dry, efficiency, Europe, everyday, Fastest, flavour, Food, fruit, funded, genetics, germplasm, GM, grape, growth, Heatwaves, help, high, horticulture, Ian, improvement, increasing, industries, irrigation, key, lab, leader, levels, mildew, mineral, modern, Molecular, new, nutrition, origin, overseas, pathology, perform, phylloxera, picking, plant, powdery, primary, problem, problems, production, projects, pros, quality, rate, reactions, regulators, research, ripening, robot, rootstocks, rows, salinity, salt, science, Scion, sensors, situations, spraying, status, superior, Technology, Tractor, UK, university, use, vegetables, vineyard, Vintages, viticultural, viticulture, viticulturists, Waite, water, weeding, wine, winegrapes, work, world, yield
Page Number(s): 29
GWM PDFs are licensed copies and as such do not transfer any rights over the content to you. Fair use applies, that is: you may make as many copies as you require for your (or your company's) use only; sharing, redistributing or otherwise making available GWM PDFs to others who have not purchased them constitutes theft; you are required to remove copies from devices which you do not (or no longer) own.