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Essay on biostimulants for the management of failed areas in vineyards

Author(s): Carbone, Oliviero

Date: 2016

Persistent ID: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.5/13343

Origin: Repositório da UTL

Subject(s): vineyard; biostimulants; failed areas; mycorrhizae; fertilizers; organic mulching


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Vines can encounter death due to several biotic and abiotic diseases and vine plantlets placed to replace them are often not able to compete with adjacent older plants (hypogeal and epigeous competitions). Replanting is a very expensive technique (cost of the vine, fertilizers, planting itself, …) and when vines are replanted in a vineyard they take longer than planting at the implant to get full productivity. Thus the usage of compound such as biostimulants that can accelerate the entrance in full production should be advisable. In this study several compounds have been tested and compared in term of vegetative growth. The effects of FNT 63 (abbr. FNT) stimulating Arbuscolar mycorrhizae, CO-ACTYL NP (abbr. COA), ILSARODDER + ILSACTIGREEN STAR (abbr. ILSA) and BIOHUMIN (abbr. BIO) are shown. The results for these biostimulants were generally not significant compared to untreated vines. Some results were obtained with FNT

Mestrado Vinifera Euromaster - Instituto Superior de Agronomia - UL / Universitá degli Studi di Torino

Document Type Master thesis
Language English
Advisor(s) Failla, Osvaldo; Lopes, Carlos Manuel Antunes
Contributor(s) Carbone, Oliviero
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