Relevance of the Lin's and Host hydropedological models to predict grape yield and wine quality

@inproceedings{Costantini2009RelevanceOT,
  title={Relevance of the Lin's and Host hydropedological models to predict grape yield and wine quality},
  author={Edoardo A.C. Costantini and Sergio de Paula Pellegrini and Pierluigi Bucelli and Paolo Storchi and Nadia Vignozzi and Roberto Barbetti and Stefano Campagnolo},
  year={2009}
}
The adoption of precision agriculture in viticulture could be greatly enhanced by the diffusion of straightforward and easy to be applied hydropedological models, able to pre- dict the spatial variability of available soil water. The Lin's and Host hydropedological models were applied to standard soil series descriptions and hillslope position, to predict the distribution of hydrological functional units in two vineyard and their relevance for grape yield and wine quality. A three- years trial… CONTINUE READING

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