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  • DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF SUSCEPTIBLE AND TOLERANT GRAPE CULTIVARS ON BLACK ROT INFECTION EXPRESSION DIFFERENTIELLE DE CULTIVARS DE VIGNE SUSCEPTIBLES ET TOLERANTES SUR L'INFECTION PAR BLACK ROT
    DEÁK, Tamás*; FARKAS, Eszter; LÓZSA, Rita; KELLNER, Nikolett; BÁLO, Borbála; BISZTRAY, György Dénes Szent István University, Department of Viticulture, 1118 Budapest, Villányi út 29-43., Hungary *Corresponding author: deak.tamas@kertk.szie.hu

    The ascomycota fungus Guignardia bidwellii, responsible for the black rot disease of grapevine is causing increasing damages in Hungary especially in organic vineyards without chemical disease management. A wide range of mildew resistant cultivars are susceptible to black rot, while the interspecific hybrid variety ‘Csillám’ shows high tolera...
  • DOUBLE MATURATION RAISONNÉE: EFFECTS ON QUALITY OF GRAPES AND WINE COMPOSITION IN CV. BAGA (VITIS VINIFERA L.) DOUBLE MATURATION RAISONNÉE: EFFETS SUR LA QUALITE DES RAISINS ET LA COMPOSITION DU VIN DE CV. BAGA (VITIS VINIFERA L.)
    DE OLIVEIRA E SILVA, Hugo1*; BAPTISTA, Manuel2; GUEDES DE PINHO, Paula3; QUEIROZ, Jorge1, 4 1 Universidade do Porto, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto, Campus Agrário de Vairão, Portugal 2 Caves Messias, 3050-901 Mealhada, Portugal. 3 Laboratório Associado REQUIMTE, Faculdade de Farmácia, Universidade do Porto, Portugal 4 GreenUP/CITAB-UP, DGAOT, Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto, Campus Agrário de Vairão, Portugal *Corresponding author: hugosilva78@gmail.com

    Yield control is an important current issue because of the strong correlation of excessive yield and frequency of some diseases. Costs, time consumption, inconsistency of results, technical difficulties to implement are usual problems associated with most common techniques for yield control. One of the most innovative and yet poorly studied yield ...
  • DETERMINANTS OF ADAPTATION OF GRAPEVINE TO AN EVOLVING CLIMATE: HYDROLOGICAL CONDITIONS AND CULTIVARS BIODIVERSITY DETERMINANTES DE LA ADAPTACIÓN DE LA VID AL CAMBIO CLIMÁTICO: CONDICIONES HIDROLÓGICAS Y BIODIVERSIDAD DE CULTIVARES
    DE LORENZI, Francesca1*; CONA, Francesco2; ALFIERI, Silvia Maria1, 3; RICCARDI, Maria1; BONFANTE, Antonello1; DE MASCELLIS, Roberto1; MULA, Ileana4; MENENTI Massimo3, 5 1 Institute for Mediterranean Agricultural and Forest Systems, Italian National Research Council (ISAFoM-CNR), via Patacca 85, 80056 Ercolano (NA), Italy 2 Department of Agricultural Sciences, University of Naples Federico II, via Università 100, 80055 Portici (NA), Italy 3 Delft University of Technology, Department of Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Stevinweg 1, 2628 CN Delft, The Netherlands 4Ariespace S.r.l., Centro direzionale is. A3, 80143 Naples, Italy 5 State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, China * Corresponding author: francesca.delorenzi@cnr.it

    Soil water availability is one of the main determinants of crop yield and of adaptation to a changing climate. The aim of this study was to analyse the soil water regime, as determined by climatic conditions, in combination with the intra-specific biodiversity of yield responses of grapevine to water availability. The adaptability of wine-producin...
  • VITICANOPY: A SMARTPHONE APPLICATION TO ASSIST WITH GRAPEVINE CANOPY MANAGEMENT MANEJO DEL DOSEL DE VIDES CON LA APP VITICANOPY
    DE BEI, Roberta1; FUENTES, Sigfredo2; HOOK, James1; GILLIHAM, Matthew1, 3; TYERMAN, Steve1, 3; COLLINS, Cassandra1 1 School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, Waite Research Institute, the University of Adelaide, PMB 1 Glen Osmond 5064, South Australia, Australia 2 Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, the University of Melbourne, Parkville 3010, Victoria, Australia 3 ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology, Waite Research Institute, PMB 1 Glen Osmond 5064, South Australia, Australia

    VitiCanopy is a free application (App) for smartphones and tablet PCs that can be used as a simple and free alternative to traditional methods to measure canopy architecture parameters. Using digital image analysis, VitiCanopy calculates geo-referenced parameters such as Leaf Ara Index (LAI) and canopy porosity, amongst others. During the in-field...
  • FORECASTING THE FLIGHT ACTIVITY OF Lobesia botrana IN FIVE SITES OF MENDOZA, ARGENTINA PREDICCIÓN DE LOS VUELOS DE LA POLILLA DE LA VID LOBESIA BOTRANA EN CINCO SITIOS DE MENDOZA, ARGENTINA
    DAGATTI, Carla1; BECERRA, Violeta1; BATTAGLIA, Mª José2; LORENTE, Carolina2 1 Estación Experimental Agropecuaria INTA Mendoza. San Martín 3853, Luján de Cuyo (5507), Mendoza, Argentina. Centro de Operaciones de Campo de Programas Fitosanitarios SENASA Centro Regional Cuyo. Azcuénaga 166, Luján de Cuyo(5507), Mendoza, Argentina. 2 *Corresponding author: becerra.violeta@inta.gob.ar

    Lobesiabotrana is a quarantine pest for Argentina, detected in 2010 in Mendoza. Earlier stages of larvae feed on flowers and fruits. Wounds allow the development of fungi that decreases yield and quality. INTA is studying a phenological model based on day-degrees to predict the pest behavior. The study was conducted since 2015 in five different mi...
  • EFFECTS OF GRAPEVINE LEAFROLL ASSOCIATED VIRUS 2 INFECTION ON LEAF NET PHOTOSYNTHESIS, YIELD AND BERRY QUALITY IN VITIS VINÍFERA CV. MALBEC EFECTO DE LA INFECCIÓN CON GRAPEVINE LEAFROLL ASSOCIATED VIRUS 2 EN LA FOTOSÍNTESIS NETA, RENDIMIENTO Y CALIDAD DE BAYA EN VITIS VINÍFERA CV MALBEC
    DAYER, Silvina; SETIÉN, Nancy; GÓMEZ TALQUENCA, Sebastián* INTA EEA Mendoza, San Martín 3853, Luján de Cuyo (5507), Mendoza, Argentina *Corresponding author: gomez.talquenca@inta.gob.ar

    Grapevine leafroll associated virus 2 (GLRaV-2) is one of the most common damaging viral diseases in vines, causing significant reductions in photosynthesis, yield and grape quality. In this study, we tested the hypothesis that the leaf net photosynthesis and the transport of sugars to the berries is progressively reduced along the season in vines...
  • PHYSIOLOGICAL COMPARISON OF TEN GRAPEVINE VARIETIES UNDER SEVERE WATER STRESS COMPARACIÓN FISIOLÓGICA DE 10 VARIEDADES DE VID SOMETIDAS A ESTRÉS HÍDRICO SEVERO
    CRETAZZO, Enrico1*; MORENO ORTEGA, Guillermo1; BOTA, Josefina2; VELASCO, Leonardo1; MARTINEZ FERRI, Elsa1 1 IFAPA, centro de Churriana, Cortijo de la Cruz s/n 29140 Malaga, Spain Universidad de las Islas Baleares, Ctra de Valldemossa Km 7.5, 07122 Palma de Mallorca, Spain 2 *Corresponding author: enrico.cretazzo@juntadeandalucia

    Global warming is representing a major challenge for Mediterranean agriculture. Improving irrigation and identifying or obtaining varieties tolerant to water scarcity are being constantly pursued. In this research we contrasted 5 varieties commonly cultivated in many wine-growing areas (Merlot, Garnacha, Shyraz, Malvasia and Muscat of Alexandria) ...
  • FRACTIONATION OF WHITE MUSTS DESTINED TO PREPARE SPARKLING WINES IN SOUTHERN BRAZIL FRACCIONAMIENTO DE MOSTOS BLANCOS DESTINADOS A LA ELABORACIÓN DE VINOS ESPUMOSOS EN EL SUR DE BRASIL
    CUNHA, Wellynthon*; ECKHARDT, Daniel; SCHUMACHER, Rafael; COSTA, Vagner; GABBARDO, Marcos Universidade Federal do Pampa, 21 de abril, 80, Dom Pedrito, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil *Corresponding author:, wellynthoncunha@unipampa.edu.br

    The objective of this work was evaluate different fractions of must obtained along the vertical pressing, aiming to study important variables on quality of white wines. Thus, twenty portions of must were obtained for subsequent physico-chemical analyzes of total acidity, pH and tartaric acid by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometry (FTIR). This ...
  • CHARACTERIZATION OF DIFFERENT FRACTIONS OBTAINED DURING PRESS OF ROSE MUSTS IN SOUTHERN BRAZIL CARACTERIZACIÓN DE DIFERENTES FRACCIONES OBTENIDAS DURANTE EL PRENSADO DE MOSTOS ROSADOS EN SUR DE BRASIL
    CUNHA, Wellynthon*; ECKHARDT, Daniel; SCHUMACHER, Rafael; COSTA, Vagner; GABBARDO, Marcos Universidade Federal do Pampa, 21 de abril, 80, Dom Pedrito, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil *Corresponding author: wellynthoncunha@unipampa.edu.br

    The objective of this work is to characterize the different fractions obtained, based on their malic, tartaric and total acidity. Twenty fractions of must were discriminated in order during the pressing for further physical-chemical analysis by Fourier Transform (FTIR). Therefore, to analyze them, three vinification were developed: R1 - 'Pinot Noi...
  • VOLATILE COMPOSITION OF BONARDA WINES FROM DIFFERENT GEOGRAPHICAL ZONES OF MENDOZA (ARGENTINA) COMPOSICIÓN VOLÁTIL DE VINOS BONARDA PROVENIENTES DE DISTINTAS ZONAS GEOGRÁFICAS DE MENDOZA (ARGENTINA)
    CORONADO, Ignacio1; ÚBEDA, Cristina2; PEÑA NEIRA, Alvaro3; SARI, Santiago1; PALAZZO, María1; JOFRÉ, Viviana1; FANZONE, Martín1* 1 EEA Mendoza INTA, San Martín 3853, M5528AHB, Luján de Cuyo, Mendoza, Argentina Facultad de Ciencias de la Salud. Universidad Autónoma de Chile, Carlos Antúnez 1920, 7500000, Santiago, Chile 3 Facultad de Ciencias Agronómicas. Universidad de Chile. Avenida Santa Rosa 11315, 8820808, Santiago, Chile 2 *Corresponding author: fanzone.martin@inta.gob.ar

    Bonarda (Vitis vinifera L.), also known as Corbeau, is the second most cultivated red grape variety after Malbec in Argentina. This cultivar is widely distributed in different regions of this country, highlighting Mendoza province with over 84% of the total. Despite its economic and cultural importance, there is little information about the influe...
  • THE MATURATION EVOLUTION OF CHARDONNAY GRAPES INTENDED TO SPARKLING WINE MAKING IN DOM PEDRITO EVOLUCIÓN DE LA MADUREZ DE LAS UVAS CHARDONNAY EN EL MUNICIPIO DE DOM PEDRITO DESTINADAS A LA TOMA DE LA ESPUMA
    COSTA, Vagner1*; PIRES, Regina Bittencourt1; SCHUMACHER, Rafael1; MACHADO, Welynthon da Cunha1; ECKHARDT, Daniel1; GABBARDO, Marcos1; LOPES, Lhais Rodrigues2 1 Universidade Federal do Pampa – UNIPAMPA, Rua 21 de abril, CEP 96450000, Dom Pedrito, RS, Brasil; 2Escola Estadual de Educação Profissional Dom Pedrito, BR 293, Cep. 96450-000, Dom Pedrito Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil *Corresponding author: vagnercosta@unipampa.edu.br

    However, the increase of sugar concentration in the grapes causes a decrease of desired organic acids which are positive for the production of sparkling wines. The aim of this study was to identify the optimal harvest period of 'Chardonnay' intended to sparkling wine making in Dom Pedrito, Campanha Gaúcha. The experimental design was made of thre...
  • COMPLETE VINEYARD FLOOR COVER CROP FOR SUSTAINABLE BUNCH ROT MANAGEMENT IN A HUMID CLIMATE COBERTURA VEGETAL COMPLETA EN VIÑEDOS PARA EL MANEJO SOSTENIBLE DE LA PODREDUMBRE DEL RACIMO EN CLIMAS HUMEDOS
    CONIBERTI, Andres1*; FERRARI, Virginia1; DISEGNA, Edgardo1; GARCÍA PETILLO, Mario2; LAKSO, Alan N.3 1 Instituto Nacional de Investigación Agropecuaria, Estación experimental Las Brujas, 90200, Canelones, Uruguay. 2 Departamento de Suelos y Aguas, Facultad de Agronomía, UdelaR. Avda. E. Garzón 780, Montevideo, Uruguay. 3 Department of Horticulture, College of Agriculture and Life Science, Cornell University. 630 W.N. Street, Geneva, NY 24456. * Corresponding author: aconiberti@inia.org.uy

    Benefits of under-trellis cover crops (UTCC) have been reported. Our goal was to evaluate the UTCC, as tool to restrict vegetative growth of Vitis vinifera cv. Tannat grapevines in a humid environment. The UTCC treatment consisted of the full cover of the vineyard soil with red fescue (Festuca rubra). Treatments were arranged in a split-split-plot...
  • SIMPLE TRAIT MEASUREMENTS ACROSS ROOTSTOCK GENOTYPES INDICATES PERFORMANCE AS FIELD GROWN, GRAFTED VINES LA MEDICION DE CARACTERES SIMPLES EN GENOTIPOS DE PORTAINJERTOS ES UN INDICADOR DE SU COMPORTAMIENTO A CAMPO
    CLINGELEFFER, Peter*; MORALES, Norma; SMITH, Harley CSIRO, Agriculture and Food, Waite Campus, Harley Grove, Urrbrae, SA, 5064 Australia. *Corresponding author: peter.clingeleffer@csiro.au

    CSIRO rootstock breeding aims to provide industry with enhanced material to meet challenges associated with the Australian environment, future climate scenarios (high temperatures, limited water supply and drought) and soil-borne pests (phylloxera and root knot nematodes). In this study, analysis of results from three long term field trials with S...
  • WATER FOOTPRINT ASSESSMENT OF THE WINE INDUSTRY. CASE STUDY: RED AND WHITE GRAPES PRODUCTION IN MENDOZA, ARGENTINA EVALUACIÓN DE LA HUELLA DE AGUA EN LA INDUSTRIA VITIVINÍCOLA. CASO DE ESTUDIO: PRODUCCIÓN DE UVAS ROJAS Y BLANCAS EN MENDOZA, ARGENTINA
    CIVIT, Bárbara1, 2; ARENA, Alejandro Pablo1, 2*; CURADELLI, Silvia2; PIASTRELLINI, Roxana1, 2 1 Grupo CLIOPE, Universiddad Tecnológica Nacional, Facultad Regional Mendoza, Cnel Rodriguez 273, Ciudad (5500), Mendoza, Argentina. 2 Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas CONICET – CCT Mendoza, Av. Ruiz Leal s/n, Parque General San Martín, Ciudad (5500), Mendoza, Argentina *Corresponding author: aparena@gmail.com

    The aim of this study is to assess the water consumption impact related with grapes production in the wine industry in Mendoza province. Four different red grapes (Malbec, Bonarda, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah) and two white varieties (Chardonnay and Pedro Giménez) have been considered, based on their productivity, cultivated area, and economic r...
  • PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PRODUCTIVE RESPONSE OF TABLE GRAPES cv. RED GLOBE TO PRE- AND POST-HARVEST REGULATED DEFICIT IRRIGATION RESPUESTAS FISIOLÓGICAS Y PRODUCTIVAS DE LA UVA DE MESA CV. RED GLOBE A RIEGO DEFICITARIO CONTROLAD EN PRE Y POSTCOSECHA
    CHERIERE, Timothée1, 2; ALFARO, Francisco2; HARDY, Charlotte2; FRANCK, Nicolás2, 3* 1 Ecole Supérieure d'Agricultures, 55 rue Rabelais, 49000 Angers, France. Centro de Estudios de Zonas Áridas (CEZA), Universidad de Chile, km 45 Ruta D43, Coquimbo Chile. 3 Departamento de Producción Agrícola, Facultad. de Cs Agronómicas, Universidad de Chile, Casilla 1004, Santiago, Chile. 2 *Corresponding author: nfranck@uchile.cl

    Physiological and productive responses of table grape cv. Red Globe to different regulated deficit irrigation schedules were studied as strategy for facing the increasing water scarcity which affects Chilean table grape producing areas. Treatments, in a factorial layout with two irrigation levels of 50% (T50) and 30% (T30) ETc x two periods corres...
  • FIRST REPORT TO THE FRUIT FLY MANAGEMENT IN VINE ON CAFAYATE-SALTA PRIMER REPORTE AL MANEJO DE MOSCA DE LA FRUTA EN VID EN CAFAYATESALTA
    CHURQUINA, Sergio1; MESTRE, Eugenia1; PAYO, Gloria2; SALGUERO, Karen1* 1 INTA AER Cafayate, Rivadavia 369, Cafayate (4427), Salta, Argentina INTA EEA Salta, Ruta Nac. 68 Km 172, Cerrillos (4403), Salta, Argentina 2 *Corresponding author: salguero.karen@inta.gob.ar

    In the present work it was proposed to evaluate the use of massive trapping for the control of the fruit fly complex that attacks the vine, using two types of food attractants; as well as determine the species and sex captured by them, and the level of crop damage. The adaptive research work was carried out in Tolombón- Cafayate- Salta- Argentina...
  • BERRY SPLITTING RESISTANCE OF DIFFERENT GRAPE CULTIVARS RESISTENCIA AL ROMPIMIENTO DEL FRUTO EN VARIOS CULTIVARES DE UVA
    CHANG, Ben-Min; ZHANG, Yun; KELLER, Markus* Washington State University, Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center, 24106 N. Bunn Road, Prosser, WA 99350, USA *Corresponding author: mkeller@wsu.edu

    Grape berry splitting results from excessive tensile stress that builds on the skin. The thin shell theory describes splitting resistance of grape berries as the maximum internal pressure at the point of splitting. Quantifying this relationship in genetically diverse Merlot, Syrah, Zinfandel, and Concord grapes enabled us to determine cultivar dif...
  • THE POTENTIAL OF A VEGETABLE-BASED OIL TO DELAY BUD BURST WHILE MAINTAINING FRUIT SUGAR ACCUMULATION POTENCIAL DE UN ACEITE DE BASE VEGETAL PARA RETRASAR LA BROTACIÓN MANTENIENDO LA ACUMULACIÓN DE AZÚCAR EN LA FRUTA
    CENTINARI, Michela1*; GARDNER, Denise2; SMITH, Don1; SMITH, Maria1 1 Department of Plant Science, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA USA Department of Food Science, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA USA 2 *Corresponding author: mzc22@psu.edu

    Yield loss and delayed fruit ripening due to spring, post-bud burst freeze injury is an economic challenge for many grape growers all over the world. A field trial was conducted in 2014 and 2015 to assess the efficacy of a vegetable-based oil (Amigo) to delay bud burst, hence reducing the chance of a damaging frost event, without negatively impact...
  • PRODUCTIVE REVOLUTION 4.0” RELATIVELY TO ROBOTS AND PRECISION CULTURE MUST EVOLVE TOWARDS “PRODUCTIVE REVOLUTION 4.1C, INCLUDING VITICULTURE 4.1C TAKING IN ACCOUNT CRITERIA OF SUSTAINABILITY WITH THEIR HOLISTIC OR UNIVERSAL AND META-ETHICAL CRITERIA 4.1C LA «REVOLUTION PRODUCTIVE 4.0» CONCERNANT LES ROBOTS ET LA CULTURE DE PRECISION DOIT EVOLUER VERS LA «REVOLUTION PRODUCTIVE 4.1C, COMPRENANT LA VITICULTURE 4.1C» EN PRENANT EN COMPTE LES CRITERES DE DURABILITE AVEC LEURS DIMENSIONS HOLISTIQUE OU UNIVERSELLE ET META-ETHIQUE 4.1C
    CARGNELLO, Giovanni Conegliano Campus 5.1C; Treviso - Italy; Port. +39 3477191342; www.cargnello.net Corresponding author: giovannicargnello@gmail.com

    After the analysis of the "Productive Revolution 4.0" or "Revolution 4.0", that is, the relative revolution of only the productive economic system, in the light of the "Great Chain MetaEthics 4.1C", we had shown that "Productive Revolution, including viticulture 4.0", being, so that industry could not create, as has created serious problems, such ...
  • CONTROLE DES PARASITES FONGIQUES DE LA VIGNE AVEC UN NOUVEAU PRODUIT A FAIBLE IMPACT CONTROL OF FUNGAL DISEASES OF THE GRAPEVINE BY LOW-IMPACT PRODUCTS
    CELOTTI, Emilio*; ZANCANI, Marco; BRAIDOT, Enrico; ERMACORA, Paolo; BORSELLI, Stefano; LOSCHI, Alberto; PETRUSSA, Elisa; PERESSON, Carlo; GREATTI, Moreno; CANTONI, Sabrina Department of Agricultural, Food, Environmental and Animal Sciences, University of Udine, Italy *Corresponding author: emilio.celotti@uniud.it

    Environmental sustainability, linked to fungicide treatments, leads to a quest for innovative answers, which are closer to the environmental ones. In this context we included our experimental activity, developed in the harvests of 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016, which is looking for innovative defense solutions in viticulture. The work was based on the...