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Grapes / G.L. Creasy and L.L. Creasy.

By: Creasy, G. L. (Glen L.) [Author]Contributor(s): Creasy, Leroy L [Author]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Crop production science in horticulture ; 16.Publication details: Oxfordshire, UK : CABI, 2012. Edition: 1st edDescription: xii, 295 p. : col. ill., photos., charts ; 24 cmISBN: 9781845934019 (alk. paper)Subject(s): Grapes | Grapes -- Diseases and pests | Grapes -- Propagation | Grape industry | Viticulture | Viticulture -- Climatic factors | Perrotis College -- Bachelor of science degreeDDC classification: 634.8
Contents:
1. History, Uses and Production : geographical origins of grapevine species - Family, genus, species and related plants - Natural growth conditions - Historical cultivation - Uses - Grape-producing countries.
2. Cultivars, Anatomy and Improvement : main cultivars for various uses - Clones - Anatomy and physiology - Ampelography - Breeding and genetics - Indicators of quality.
3. Grapevine Growth and Fruit Development : phenology - Vine (vegetative) development - Flower initiation, fruit development and berry maturation - Environmental/climatic influences - The vine as a perennial plant (carbohydrate partitioning).
4. Climatic Requirements : cold hardiness - Growing vines in tropical areas - Frost tolerance - Heat and light - Water use - Soils - Terroir - Climate change.
5. Vineyard establishment : site selection - Site planning - Rootstocks - Propagation - Planting - Vine establishment.
6. Seasonal Management : pruning and training - Training and trellising - Vineyard floor management - Frost management - Canopy management - Irrigation - Other management practices - Harvest.
7. Nutrition : nutrient analysis and correction strategies - The nutrients.
8. Mechanization : weed management - Canopy management - Crop management and harvesting - Pruning - Environmental monitoring - Fully mechanized systems.
9. Grapevine Pests, Diseases and Disorders : diseases - control of grape diseases - Other disorders - Insect pests - Mealybugs - Animal pests - Weeds - Pesticide resistance - Pest and disease control in organic grape production - Pesticide application.
10. Harvest and Postharvest processing : table grapes - Dried grapes - Juice/preserves - Wine - Other wine styles.
Summary: Grapes are now being produced in places where it had not previously been considered possible, largely due to the advances made in understanding how the vine works, as well as improvements in technology and management skills. The production of grapes continues to grow and methods of grape production and how the fruit is utilized are changing rapidly. This book covers a broad range of topics from vineyard establishment and management to postharvest handling and improvements in pest control.
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Παράρτημα της Κεντρικής Βιβλιοθήκης στο Κολέγιο Περρωτής.

"George and Charlotte Draper" Information & Media Hub

Παράρτημα της Κεντρικής Βιβλιοθήκης στο Κολέγιο Περρωτής.

Perrotis College - Bachelor degree RES 634.8 Cre c.1 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available (Overnight Loan Only) 13018045

Viticulture (BSc-SAM) Spring semester

Course Reserves Course Reserves "George and Charlotte Draper" Information & Media Hub

Παράρτημα της Κεντρικής Βιβλιοθήκης στο Κολέγιο Περρωτής.

"George and Charlotte Draper" Information & Media Hub

Παράρτημα της Κεντρικής Βιβλιοθήκης στο Κολέγιο Περρωτής.

Perrotis College - Bachelor degree RES 634.8 Cre c.2 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available (Overnight Loan Only) 13018046

Viticulture (BSc-SAM) Spring semester

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Includes index.

Bibliography : p. 241-279.

1. History, Uses and Production : geographical origins of grapevine species - Family, genus, species and related plants - Natural growth conditions - Historical cultivation - Uses - Grape-producing countries.

2. Cultivars, Anatomy and Improvement : main cultivars for various uses - Clones - Anatomy and physiology - Ampelography - Breeding and genetics - Indicators of quality.

3. Grapevine Growth and Fruit Development : phenology - Vine (vegetative) development - Flower initiation, fruit development and berry maturation - Environmental/climatic influences - The vine as a perennial plant (carbohydrate partitioning).

4. Climatic Requirements : cold hardiness - Growing vines in tropical areas - Frost tolerance - Heat and light - Water use - Soils - Terroir - Climate change.

5. Vineyard establishment : site selection - Site planning - Rootstocks - Propagation - Planting - Vine establishment.

6. Seasonal Management : pruning and training - Training and trellising - Vineyard floor management - Frost management - Canopy management - Irrigation - Other management practices - Harvest.

7. Nutrition : nutrient analysis and correction strategies - The nutrients.

8. Mechanization : weed management - Canopy management - Crop management and harvesting - Pruning - Environmental monitoring - Fully mechanized systems.

9. Grapevine Pests, Diseases and Disorders : diseases - control of grape diseases - Other disorders - Insect pests - Mealybugs - Animal pests - Weeds - Pesticide resistance - Pest and disease control in organic grape production - Pesticide application.

10. Harvest and Postharvest processing : table grapes - Dried grapes - Juice/preserves - Wine - Other wine styles.

Grapes are now being produced in places where it had not previously been considered possible, largely due to the advances made in understanding how the vine works, as well as improvements in technology and management skills. The production of grapes continues to grow and methods of grape production and how the fruit is utilized are changing rapidly. This book covers a broad range of topics from vineyard establishment and management to postharvest handling and improvements in pest control.

Advanced plant science students and those who are producing grapes for the first time, as well as enthusiasts of the vine and its products.

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