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Modern forms of training suitable for harvesting grapevines by horizontal shaking. The Casarsa or Friuli system



Modern forms of training suitable for harvesting grapevines by horizontal shaking. The Casarsa or Friuli system



Vignevini 8(12): 19-22



Grapevines trained by this system have a 1.70-1.80-m stem, and a permanent cordon bearing fruiting branches which hang freely, so facilitating mechanical harvesting and eliminating the work of tying. Wires above the cordon support the renewal growth.

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