Canopy management efficiencies are highly modulated by the climate conditions

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Wine & Viticulture Journal Issue 6, 2017

Title: Canopy management efficiencies are highly modulated by the climate conditions

Author: By Paolo Sabbatini, Shijan Zhuang, Tommaso Frioni, Alberto Pallioti, Paolo Sivilotti and Rachele Falchi

Keywords: Absence, Acidity, American, Anthocyanins, Aromatic, Balance, Basal, berry, Brix, Cabernet, Canopy, Change, Chemical, Chemistry, Climate, cluster, Colour, Combining, Composition, Compounds, Conditions, Cool, Days, degree, Different, Dynamics, Efficiencies, Evolution, Franc, Frost, Fruit, Grapes, Great, Growing, Harvest, Lakes, Leaf, Light, Management, Maturation, Maturity, Metabolites, Michigan, Modulated, Morphology, Noir, North, Parameters, Pathogens, Pattern, phenological, Pinot, pre-harvest, Precipitation, Production, Pruning, Ratio, Region, Removal, Research, Riesling, Ripening, Season, sink, Source, study, Sugars, Temperature, Thermal, Thinning, Trend, US, Veraison, vines, Viticulture, Volatile, Weather, Weight, Zone

Page Number(s): 36-40

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