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Vine mineral nutrition in a calcareous soil. An attempted geoclimatic explanation

, : Vine mineral nutrition in a calcareous soil. An attempted geoclimatic explanation. VIth International Colloquium for the Optimization of Plant Nutrition, Proceedings: Volume 3: 899-906

Soil and leaf analyses were carried out during the flowering period for 10 years in the Cotes du Rhone region. The soil has a high Ca content, the climate is Mediterranean and the most important cultivars are Grenache (66%) and Carignan (26%). Correlations were found between a modified Bessemoulin's climatic index and leaf mineral contents (Ca, N, and, to a lesser extent, P and Mg).

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