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A new method for must density determination and classification of grape berries



A new method for must density determination and classification of grape berries



Vitis 22(1): 15-22



The sugar degree of grape berries was determined by separation in defined solutions of different density. The method enabled the classification of a large number of berries according to their maturity. The efficiency of the method was proved by the determination of different berry maturity classes in 10 cvs at a given time and the values were comparable to data from refractometric determinations.

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