833 articles
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ TREATED WASTEWATER IRRIGATION: HOW TO MANAGE WATER SALINITY WITHOUT REDUCING ITS NUTRIENTS CONTENT?
    Flor ETCHEBARNE1*, Hernán OJEDA2, Florence LUTIN3, Bernard GILLERY3, Jean‐Louis ESCUDIER2 1 2 Independent Scientist, F-11560 Saint Pierre la Mer, France UE PECH-ROUGE, INRA, Université de Montpellier, CIRAD, Montpellier SupAgro, F-11430, Gruissan, France 3 EURODIA, Chemin de Saint-Martin, F-84120 Pertuis, France *Corresponding author: flor.etchebarne@yahoo.com

    Context and purpose of the study ‐ Nutrients in municipal treated wastewater (N, P, K, mainly) are a particular advantage in this source over conventional irrigation water sources, so supplemental fertilizers would sometimes not be necessary. However, additional environmental and health requirements are taken into account for this source of irri...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ TO WHAT EXTENT DOES VINE BALANCE ACTUALLY DRIVE FRUIT COMPOSITION? 1 2,5 1 2,3 1
    Everard J. EDWARDS , Jason SMITH , Amanda WALKER , Celia BARRIL , Annette BETTS , David FOSTER2, Julia GOUOT2, and Bruno HOLZAPFEL2,4 1 CSIRO Agriculture, Locked Bag 2, Glen Osmond, SA 5064, Australia National Wine and Grape Industry Centre, Wagga Wagga, Australia 3 School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences, Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga, Australia 4 New South Wales Department of Primary Industries, Wagga Wagga, Australia 5 Current address: Hochschule Geisenheim University, Germany. 2 *Corresponding author: everard.edwards@csiro.au

    Context and purpose of the study ‐ Vine balance is a concept describing the relationship between carbon assimilation (usually estimated using a measure of vine vigour, e.g. pruning weight) and its utilisation for fruit production (usually estimated using harvest yield). Manipulating vine balance through leaf area or crop load adjustments affects...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ HOW MUCH DOES THE SOIL, CLIMATE AND VITICULTURAL PRACTICES CONTRIBUTE TO THE VARIABILITY OF THE TERROIR EXPRESSION? 1*
    Gerardo ECHEVERRÍA , José M. MIRÁS‐AVALOS 2 1 2 Facultad de Agronomía, UDELAR, Garzón 780, 12900 Montevideo, Uruguay Escola Politécnica Superior de Enxeñaría, USC, Benigno Ledo s/n, 27002 Lugo, España *Corresponding author: gecheverria@fagro.edu.uy

    Context and purpose of the study ‐ When considering the application of a systemic approach to assess the intrinsic complexity of agricultural production, the following question immediately arises: how is this synthesis made? In this sense, characterizing the joint effects of environmental factors and viticultural practices on vine functioning re...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ IMPACT OF TOMATO BLACK RING VIRUS (TBRV) ON QUANTITATIVE AND QUALITATIVE FEATURE OF Vitis Vilifera L. CV. MERLOT AND CABERNET FRANC
    Coralie DEWASME LAVEAU1*, Séverine MARY2, Guillaume DARRIEUTORT2, Laurent AUDEGUIN3, 4 1 Maarten VAN HELDEN , Cornelis VAN LEEUWEN 1 EGFV, Bordeaux Sciences Agro, INRA, Univ. Bordeaux, ISVV, 33882 Villenave d’Ornon, France 2 Univ. Bordeaux, Vitinnov, ISVV, 1 cours du Général de Gaulle, 33170 Gradignan, France 3 Institut Français de la Vigne et du Vin, Domaine de l’Espiguette, 30240 Le Grau du Roi, France 4 SARDI Entomology, Urrbrae SA 5064, University of Adelaide, Australia *Corresponding author: coralie.dewasme@agro-bordeaux.fr

    Context and purpose of the study – Fifteen nepoviruses are able to induce fanleaf degeneration in grapes which is economically the most imprtant viral disease. Grapevine fanleaf virus (GFLV) is the main causal agent of this disease worldwide and Arabis mosaic virus (ArMV) is the second most important nepovirus involved in this disease in Europe....
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ ORGANIC AND BIODYNAMIC VITICULTURE AFFECT SOIL QUALITY AND SOIL MICROBIAL DIVERSITY 1* 1 2 1
    Johanna DÖRING , Maximilian HENDGEN , Cassandra COLLINS , Georg MEIßNER , Matthias 1 1 1 FRIEDEL , Manfred STOLL , Randolf KAUER 1 HOCHSCHULE GEISENHEIM UNIVERSITY, Von-Lade-Str. 1, D-65366 Geisenheim, Germany *Corresponding author: johanna.doering@hs-gm.de

    Context and purpose of the study ‐ The production of organically grown crops developed exponentially in the last few decades based on consumer demands for healthy food as well as environmentally friendly farming practices. Current agricultural and environmental policies are reacting to these demands with initiatives limiting the use of synthetic...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ MODELING FROM FUNCTIONING OF A GRAPE BERRY TO THE WHOLE PLANT ,* 1 2 3 4
    Zhanwu DAI , Jinliang CHEN , Junqi ZHU , Michel GENARD , Bertrand BEAUVOIT , Stefano PONI5, Sophie COLOMBIE4, Gregory GAMBETTA1, Philippe VIVIN1, Nathalie OLLAT1, Serge DELROT1, Yves 4 1 GIBON , Eric GOMES 1 2 EGFV, Bordeaux Sci Agro, INRA, Univ. Bordeaux, F-33882 Villenave d'Ornon, France. The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Limited (PFR) Marlborough, Blenheim 7240, New Zealand. 3 INRA, UR 1115 Plantes et Systèmes de Culture Horticoles, Avignon, France. INRA, UMR 1332 Biologie du Fruit et Pathologie, F33883 Villenave d’Ornon, France. 5 Department of Sustainable Crop Production, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Via Emilia Parmense 84, 29122 Piacenza, Italy. 4 *Corresponding author: zhanwu.dai@inra.fr

    Context and purpose of the study – Grape quality is a complex trait that mainly refers to berry chemical composition, including sugars, organic acids, phenolics, aroma and aroma precursor compounds. It is known that the composition and concentration of chemical compounds dynamically change along berry development and can be affected by genotypes...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ OPTICAL VISUALIZATION OF EMBOLISM SPREAD IN DROUGHT‐INDUCED LEAVES: REVEALING DIFFERENCES ACROSS THREE GRAPEVINE GENOTYPES 1 2 2 2 1*
    Silvina DAYER , Régis BURLETT , Laurent LAMARQUE , Sylvain DELZON , Gregory GAMBETTA 1 Institut des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin, Écophysiologie et Génomique Fonctionnelle de la Vigne, UMR 1287, 210 Chemin de Leysotte, F-33140 Villenave-d’Ornon, France 2 Biodiversité Gènes et Communautés, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA), Université Bordeaux, 33610 Cestas, France *Corresponding author:silvina.dayer@inra.fr

    Context and purpose of the study ‐Evaluation of xylem embolism is an important challenge in identifying drought tolerant genotypes within the context of climate change. Visualization methods such as the optical vulnerability technique (Brodribb et al. 2016) has been shown to be a reliable and accessible approach to observe the spread of embolism...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ LATE LEAF REMOVAL DOES NOT CONSISTENTLY DELAY RIPENINGIN SEMILLON IN AUSTRALIA 1 1 1 1,3
    Roberta DE BEI , Xiaoyi WANG , Lukas PAPAGIANNIS , Massimiliano COCCO , Patrick 1 O’BRIEN , Marco ZITO1,4, Jingyun OUYANG1, Sigfredo FUENTES5, Matthew GILLIHAM1,2, Steve TYERMAN1,2 and Cassandra COLLINS1 1 The University of Adelaide, School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, Waite Research Institute, PMB 1 Glen Osmond, 5064, South Australia. Australia 2 ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology, Waite Research Institute, PMB 1 Glen Osmond, 5064, South Australia, Australia; 3 4 The University of Sassari, Department of Agriculture, Viale Italia 39, 07100, Sassari, Italy. Istituto di Scienze della Vita, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Piazza dei Martiri della Libertà 33, 56127 Pisa, Italy 5 The University of Melbourne, Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences. Parkville, 3010. Victoria, Australia *Corresponding author: roberta.debei@adelaide.edu.au

    Context and purpose of the study ‐ An advancement of grapevine phenological development has been observed worldwide in the last two decades. In South Australia this phenomenon is even more accentuated since grapevine is often grown in a hot climate. The main consequences are earlier harvests at higher sugar levels which also result in more alcoh...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ BIO‐METAETHICS VITICULTURE PROPOSED BY THE GiESCO. DIRECT CHARTER WITH PRODUCERS. EXAMPLE OF EVALUATION OF TRAINING SYSTEMS
    Alain CARBONNEAU 1 1 GiESCO Honorary President, 10 rue des tamaris, F‐34170 Castelnau le Lez Corresponding author : ma2.carbonneau3@orange.fr

    The key points of the current GiESCO charter ‘BIO‐MetaEthics’ are exposed. The new development in cooperation with Giovanni Cargnello is to apply the principles and the content into the practice by establishing a direct contract with producers and other actors of the wine sector. An evaluation sheet is proposed and tested in a new advanced v...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ GiESCO TRAJECTORY AND ENGAGEMENT FOR SUSTAINABILITY. HOMAGE TO ARISTOTLE
    Alain CARBONNEAU1 1 GiESCO Honorary President, 10 rue des tamaris, F-34170 Castelnau le Lez Corresponding author: ma2.carbonneau3@orange.fr

    40 years of GiESCO activities are briefly presented, insisting on the recent evolutions. Then the engagement for sustainability since 2015 is justified, particularly the main principles : the objective of priority to man, the research of the minimum impact and the guarantee of transparency, communication and evaluation. Finally the GiESCO spirit a...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ SUSTAINABLE YIELD MANAGEMENT THROUGH FRUITFULNESS AND BUNCH ARCHITECTURE MANIPULATION
    Cassandra COLLINS1, Xiaoyi Wang1, Marco ZITO1,2, Jingyun OUYANG1, Annette JAMES1, Roberta DE BEI1, Catherine KIDMAN1,3, Peter DRY1 1 The University of Adelaide, School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, Waite Research Institute, PMB 1 Glen Osmond, 5064, South Australia. Australia 2 Istituto di Scienze della Vita, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Piazza dei Martiri della Libertà 33, 56127 Pisa, Italy 3 Wynns Coonawarra Estate, PO Box 319 Coonawarra, South Australia 5263, Australia *Corresponding author: cassandra.collins@adelaide.edu.au

    Context and purpose of the study ‐ Vineyards are highly variable and this variation is largely driven by environmental conditions and seasonal variation. For example, warm temperatures and sunny days during bud initiation generally result in high yields in the next season while cold periods during flowering and fruitset can reduce yield. As such...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ USING REMOTE SENSING TO QUANTIFY THE TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL EFFECTS OF EXTREME WEATHER EVENTS IN VINEYARDS 1* 2 3
    Alessia COGATO , Massimiliano DE ANTONI MIGLIORATI , Vinay PAGAY , Francesco 1 4 2 MARINELLO , Franco MEGGIO , Peter GRACE 1 2 University of Padova, TESAF, Viale dell’Università 16, 35020 Padova, Italy Queensland University of Technology QUT,2 George St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia 3 The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia 5005, Australia 4 University of Padova, DAFNAE, Viale dell’Università 16, 35020 Padova, Italy *Corresponding author: alessia.cogato.1@phd.unipd.it

    Introduction ‐ The increasing frequency of extreme weather events (EWE) represents a severe threat to viticulture. The accurate and early assessment of plant stress condition offers substantial advantages to minimize the effects of EWE. Vegetation indices obtained by remote sensing could provide useful information for early detection and quantif...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ THE MYTH OF THE UNIVERSAL ROOTSTOCK REVISITED: ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPORTANCE OF INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SCION AND ROOTSTOCK 1 1 2
    Peter CLINGELEFFER , Norma MORALES , Hilary DAVIS and Harley SMITH 1 CSIRO Agriculture and Food, Locked Bag 2, Glen Osmond SA, 5064, Australia. 2 CSIRO Agriculture and Food, PO Box 447, Irymple Vic, 3498, Australia. 1 *Corresponding author: peter.clingeleffer@csiro.au

    Aim‐ Rootstocks provide protection against soil borne pests and are a powerful tool to manipulate growth, fruit composition and wine quality attributes. The present study aimed to assess the consistency of rootstock effects on growth and fruit composition of scion varieties and identify scion x rootstock interactions. Methods and Results‐ Vine...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ UNTANGLING BELOWGROUND RESPONSE OF GRAPEVINES TO COVER CROP COMPETITION
    Michela CENTINARI1*, David EISSENSTAT2, Suzanne FLEISHMAN1,2, Anne KLODD1,2,4, Taryn 5 BAUERLE 1 2 Department of Plant Science, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA 4 5 Current affiliation: University of Minnesota, Andover, MN, USA School of Integrative Plant Science, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA *Corresponding author: M. Centinari, mzc22@psu.edu

    Context and purpose of the study ‐ Cover crops are planted in vineyards for multiple benefits including soil conservation, weed management, regulation of grapevine vegetative growth, and improved fruit quality. In humid climates where inter‐row cover crops are standard management, we evaluated under‐ vine cover crops for beneficial reduction...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ ePROSECCO: HISTORICAL, CULTURAL, APPLIED PHILOSOPHY ANALYSIS AND PROCESS, PRODUCT AND CERTIFICATION INNOVATION, FOR THE “SUSTAINABLE ORIGINAL PROGRESS AND PROMOTION 4.1C” OF A HISTORIC AND FAMOUS TERRITORY AND WINE 1* 2 1 3
    Giovanni CARGNELLO , Stefano COSMA , Gianni TEO , Stefano SCAGGIANTE , Cristian BOLZONELLA 3,Luigino BARISAN3 1 2 Conegliano Campus 5.1C; Rinascita Agricola 1953.2018, Historian, writer, opinionist 3 University of Padova ‐ Seat of Conegliano ‐ Treviso (Italy) Corresponding author: giovannicargnello@gmail.com

    According to the algorithm "A step back towards the future 4.1C", (Cargnello,1986a, 1987d, 1988a.b, 1991, 1993, 1994b, 1995, 1999a.e, 2000b, 2007c, 2008a, 2009d, 2013; and according to the principles of "Charter of Sustainable Viticulture BIO‐MetaEthics 4.1CC" of GiESCO (Carbonneau and Cargnello, 2003 2015, 2017), the historical, applied philoso...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ EFFICIENT IRRIGATION STRATEGIES AND WATER USE REDUCTION IN THE HIGH QUALITY PRODUCTION REGIONS OF PRIORAT AND MONTSANT (SPAIN)
    Carlos CALVO‐GARRIDO1*, Mario DE LA FUENTE2, Rafael RODA1, Joan RUIZ1, Marcelo MAZZIERI1, 1 Sergi DE LAMO 1 VITEC - Centre Tecnològic del Vi, Ctra de Porrera, Km 1, 43730 – Falset, Spain PTV-Plataforma Tecnológica del Vino, C/ Musgo nº2, Bajo-B. -28023 - Madrid, Spain 2 *Corresponding author: carlos.calvo@vitec.wine

    Context and purpose of the study – Priorat and Montsant Appellations of Origin are located in the south of Catalonia (North‐East Spain), under severe Mediterranean climatic conditions, in terms of rainfall and water availability. Taking both appellations together, they account for close to 4000 ha cultivated by more than 1300 vine growers. Due...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ FORCING VINE REGROWTH IN VITIS VINIFERA cv. TOURIGA NACIONAL AT DOURO REGION 1 1 2 2 2
    Inês L. CABRAL , Anabela CARNEIRO , Joana VALENTE , Fernando ALVES , Frank S. ROGERSON , 2 2 1 1* Artur MOREIRA , Pedro LEAL da COSTA , Susana M.P. CARVALHO , Jorge QUEIROZ 1 GreenUPorto & DGAOT, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto, Campus de Vairão, Rua da Agrária, 747, 4485-646 Vairão, Portugal 2 Symington Family Estates, Travessa Barão de Forrester 86, 4431-901 Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal *Corresponding author: jqueiroz@fc.up.pt

    Context and purpose of the study ‐ Douro Region, characterized by a Mediterranean climate type and schist soils, is subjected to water and heat stresses conditions during summer. In some locations, the temperatures registered during berry maturation, lead to fruit ripen during warmer months, increasing the degradation of organic acids, tannins a...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ HEXOSE EFFLUX FROM THE PEELED GRAPE BERRY
    Predrag BOŽOVIĆ1,3*, Suzy ROGIERS2,3, Alain DELOIRE4 1 2 3 University of Novi Sad,Faculty of Agriculture, Serbia New South Wales Department of Primary Industries, Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia National Wine and Grape Industry Centre, Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, Australia 4 University of Montpellier, SupAgro, Department of Biology-Ecology, France *Corresponding author: pbozovic@polj.uns.ac.rs

    Context and purpose of the study ‐ After the onset of grape berry ripening, phloem unloading follows an apoplasmic route into the mesocarp tissue. In the apoplast, most of the unloaded sucrose is cleaved by cell wall invertases, and imported into the cells as glucose and fructose. Alternatively, sucrose can be imported directly from the apoplast...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ SOIL AND TOPOGRAPHY EFFECTS ON WATER STATUS AND MUST COMPOSITION OF CHARDONNAY IN BURGUNDY & A MINI META‐ANALYSIS OF THE δ 13C/WATER POTENTIALS CORRELATION 1 2 2 3
    Luca BRILLANTE *, Olivier MATHIEU , Jean LEVEQUE , Cornelis van LEEUWEN , Benjamin BOIS 2,4 1 Dep. of Viticulture and Enology, California State University, Fresno, CA 93740 USA UMR CNRS/uB 6282 Biogéosciences, Université de Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, Dijon, FR 3 EGFV, Bordeaux Sciences Agro, INRA, Univ. Bordeaux, ISVV, 33882, Villenaved’Ornon, FR 4 Institut Universitaire de la Vigne et du Vin ‘Jules Guyot’, Université de Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, Dijon, FR 2 *Corresponding author: lucabrillante@csufresno.edu

    Context and purpose of the study: The measurement of carbon isotopic discrimination in grape sugars 13 at harvest (δ C) is an integrated assessment of water status during ripening. It is an efficient alternative to assess variability in the field and discriminate between management zones in precision viticulture, but further work is needed to com...
  • 21st GiESCO International Meeting: ‘A Multidisciplinary Vision towards Sustainable Viticulture’ SUSTAINING GRAPE PRODUCTION UNDER CHALLENGING CLIMATE CHANGE CIRCUMSTANCES
    Bhaskar BONDADA Washington State University, Richland, WA 99354, USA Corresponding author: bbondada@wsu.edu

    Context and purpose of the study ‐ Grapevines are an important economic crop grown in temperate climates of both hemispheres characterized by short‐term heat spells and heat waves due to the distinct th st seasonality. However, these events have worsened during the late 20 and early 21 centuries due to accelerated climate change and is expecte...