Vine breeding systems

VINEYARDS: TRAINING FORMS

Guyot, Sylvoz, Casarsa, G.D.C., spurred cordon, pergola: these are just some of the systems used for growing vines. It is very important to identify the most suitable for the climatic and agronomic conditions of the place of cultivation.

The vine is, among the fruit plants, the one that is best suited to being cultivated with different forms of farming. Traveling through Italy, we find a large number of them, partly justified by the variable geographic conformation of our country, therefore by the climate, exposure, position, nature of the soil and its fertility. Mainly in the North there are forms of pergola farming, unlike in the South where the tendon farming forms are more represented.

This variety of shapes derives from the need to adapt the skeletal structure of the plant to the local climatic and agronomic conditions with the primary objective of:

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Ensure greater exposure to light to allow balanced vegetative development and complete ripening of the grapes;
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Increase the ventilation of the bunch to reduce the risk of disease;
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Facilitate pruning and harvesting, thus reducing labor costs.

Guyot system

SYLVOZ SYSTEM FOR THE SCREW

CASARSA SYSTEM FOR THE VINE

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