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The clone, the basis of vine growing for quality

, : The clone, the basis of vine growing for quality. Magyar Szolo es Borgazdasag 7(2): 13-17

Mutation in old grape varieties inevitably leads to an increase in genetic diversity; this is exemplified by the variety Pinot and its multitude of clones. Results of clonal selection work in many countries, mainly Germany, confirm the importance and value of clones for viticulture. Clonal propagation and selection are examined. A list is given of clones selected and registered in Hungary, and the Hungarian institutes involved in this research are noted.

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