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  1. harder for workers
  2. KMW
  3. millerange
  4. Integrated Pest Management
  5. towards the sun
  6. 1. single Guyot
    2. double Guyot
  7. by cloning
  8. cold nights
  9. Biodynamic Viticulture
  10. Oidium
  11. 50 degrees F
  12. Continental Climate
  13. 3 years
  14. Botrytis cinerea
  15. Fungus
  16. Verasian
  17. National Organic Program
  18. meso-climate
  19. 1. Clay
    2. Silt
    3. Sand
    4. rocks and stone
  20. bacteria
  21. 1. Climate
    2. Soil
    3. Sunlight
    4. Water
  22. high winds
  23. Coulure
  24. 1. clay
    2. chalk
    3. sand
    4. gravel
    5. limestone
  25. The grape vine above the root.
  26. 12% alcohol
  27. 1. Lodi Winegrape Commission
    2. Napa Valley Vintners
    3. New York State Vine Balance
  28. Viticulture
  29. 70 F to 85 F
  30. 1 or 2 canes, each with 6 to 10 nodes
  31. produces more sugar in grapes
  32. warm to hot days
  33. Phylloxera
  34. 1. Cut a short cane
    2. Place cane in water
    3. Root will grow
    4. Plant in soil
  35. Lodi Winegrape Commission
  36. 1. leaves drop
    2. sap is withdrawn from branches to the trunk and roots
  37. Sustainable Viticulture
  38. a tiny louse
  39. Translocation
  40. Wind or self pollinated
  41. by propagating infected vine cuttings
  42. 20 years
  43. several canes on a few inches long, with 1 or 2 nodes on each cane
  44. sweet wines
  45. 140 to 160 days
  46. 1. Maritime
    2. Continental
    3. Mediterranean
  47. Wine making
  48. Slope of hill facing sun
  49. winter
  50. Baume
  51. Maritime Climate
  52. Verasian
  53. Canopy Management
  54. the roots
  55. The vines can be overhead
  56. cloning
  57. less frost
  58. rich sandy soils
  59. 68 Oechle is roughtly 9% alcohol
  60. mild and wet
  61. Sustainable Viticulture
  62. Marginal Climate
  63. less temperature fluctuation
  64. The respiration doubles.
  65. 1. Temperature
    2. Precipitation
    3. Humidity
    4. Fog
    5. Wind
  66. The exact sugar content of the grape must
  67. micro-climate
  68. National Organic Program
  69. Vertical Shoot Positioning
  70. morning fog and afternoon sun
  71. Oechlse
  72. Malic Acid
  73. Europe
  74. KMW unit of measure for sugar in Austria
  75. berry set also called fruit set
  76. Coulure
  77. Ripening
  78. Ripening
  79. single Guyot has 1 canes per vine trained along one wire.
    double Guyot has 2 canes per vine each trained along a different wire.
  80. Verasian
  81. form galls under the leaves
  82. Mustard Plant
  83. they swell
  84. low
  85. 3rd year
  86. 1. bud break
    2. flowering
    3. berry set
    4. verasian
    5. ripening
    6. harvest
  87. 30 N to 50 N
    30 S to 50 S
  88. the grape
  89. high temperatures
  90. shallow roots
  91. Biodynamic Viticulture
  92. Sustainable Viticulture
  93. USDA
  94. 1. warm
    2. humid
  95. 20 to 30 inches per year
  96. Cordons
  97. Fog
  98. yes
  99. 1. takes a long time
    2. high failure rate
    3. unpredictable traits
  100. 24 * 5/9 = 13.3 % alcohol
  101. 1. Sunshine
    2. Temperature
  102. not adding new vines.
  103. Verasian
  104. the leaf
  105. warm and dry
  106. First or second year
  107. Offspring a genetically identical
  108. 1. Spurs
    2. Canes
    3. Cordons
  109. 95 F
  110. Respiration
  111. Fungal
  112. metabolizing Malic Acid
  113. 1. Latitude
    2. Elevation
    3. Topography
    4. Aspect
    5. Proximity to bodies of water
  114. Translocation
  115. about 1 and 1/2 months
  116. Stomatas
  117. about 1 and a half months
  118. Ripening
  119. spur pruning
  120. Photosynthesis
  121. cane pruning
  122. refractometer or old fashioned hydrometer
  123. Drip irrigation
  124. 1. Head training or bush training
    2. Guyot
    3. Cordon
    4. Pergola
  125. both. Fog is good for botrytis
  126. Biodynamic Viticulture
  127. actual meteorological conditions experienced in an area.
  128. Sustainable Viticulture
  129. the sugar density of the grape must
  130. more sunlight
  131. graft old world vines onto new world rootstock
  132. Brix
  133. 1. warm days
    2. long days
    3. clear days
    4. minimal shading
    5. southern aspect or northern aspect
  134. Fruit set
  135. Pernonospore
  136. The entire top of the grape vine
  137. 50 years
  138. third leaf
  139. Pierce's disease
  140. IMP control pests without chemicals
  141. Pourriture noble
  142. short, cold to cold days
  143. 40 to 80 days
  144. premature leaf fall
  145. softens and enlarges
  146. 100 years
  147. Edelfaule
  148. Demeter International
  149. 50 degree F
  150. Napa Valley Vintners
  151. There are more leaves than grapes.
  152. grafting
  153. 1. warm (not hot and not cold)
    2. long days
    3. clear days
    4. minimal shading
    5. Aspect
  154. warm dry weather
  155. millerange
  156. Macro-climate
  157. 1. Climate
    2. Soil
    3. Physical Geography
  158. Biodynamic Vitculture
  159. Nematode
  160. 20 years
  161. 1. Photosynthesis
    2. Respiration
    3. Transpiration
    4. Translocation
  162. 1. Semillon
    2. Riesling
    3. Chenin Blanc
  163. uses filaments into the grape to extract water
  164. 1. mold
    2. fungus
  165. historical average weather
  166. 68 Oechlse