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Water is an essential part of any lifecycle. A vine that does not receive the necessary amount of water will have its growth affected through water _______ but some of these effects may be considered as desirable by grape growers (notably smaller berry size and higher sugar content).
Water management, or _______, in vineyards has been observed for thousands of years while in many regions _______ is considered as the only source that will allow vines to retain their _______ characteristics. Soil types and geological characteristics influence the water potential on any plot of land: the ideal being _______ of sufficient water for the vine but with efficient drainage to avoid vine roots becoming waterlogged and ideally inclined to control _______. Soil moisture is measured using a _______, with an average vine requiring 635-890 millimetres per year.
Severe water stress causes the stomata on the underside of a leaf to stay closed to avoid evaporation but if this carries on for too long _______ can set in (_______ has stopped), which may cause permanent damage to the vine.
One method of managing or controlling water resources is irrigation through systems such as _______ and _______ irrigation, which can be expensive to install. Drip irrigation systems can also be used for alternative purposes such as application of fertilizers in a process known as fertigation.
Growers are constantly called upon to work in respect of the ecosystem, being required to optimise _______, avoid _______ and protect the environment.
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Article paru dans Viti Leaders d'avril 2018