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Vines produced by green grafting and classical grafting. Comparison of agronomic and oenological behaviour of adult vines



Vines produced by green grafting and classical grafting. Comparison of agronomic and oenological behaviour of adult vines



Revue Suisse de Viticulture, Arboriculture et Horticulture 36(5): 255-261



The agronomic and oenological performances of vines produced by herbaceous and traditional grafting was compared in Pully, Switzerrland, during 1999-2002. The variety Chardonnay, clone 96, was grafted onto SO4, clone 762, with the herbaceous method and SO4, clone 106, with the classic method. Varieties Gamay, clone 565, and Pinot noir, clone 115, were grafted on to SO4 clones 762 and 5, using herbaceous and classic methods, respectively.

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