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The Swiss Viticulture Association - present position and future prospects - an attempt at an analysis

, : The Swiss Viticulture Association - present position and future prospects - an attempt at an analysis. Obst und Weinbau 130(19): 446-447

The structure, finance, activities and future plans of the German speaking Swiss viticulture association are discussed. The association covers members of all the German speaking regional and cantonal associations and has the technical and vocational further education of its members as a prime objective. It is run by an elected board of 11 members and, at present, a part time (50%) secretariat.

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