Vineyards Stress Control for Optimum Quality

In order to run a successful vineyard, farmers must find the ideal balance between yield and quality. The key to creating this balance lies in irrigation; the vine must receive adequate irrigation in order to grow, but too much irrigation will result in diluted grapes and a low-quality end-product.

SupPlant’s soil and irrigation sensors monitor both the state of the vine and soil texture, as well as autonomously controlling irrigation in order to maintain the ideal conditions needed to grow a superior crop. SupPlant solutions allow farmers to maximize yield without compromising on quality. 


Vineyards have a very distinctive trunk growth pattern that helps in the identification of the phenological stages – active vegetative growth, followed by a short shrinkage of the trunk during veraison and ending with a complete stop in growth during the maturation stages. In addition, trunk development provides very important information for characterizing the different levels of stress in the plant all through the season…


Veraison in Vineyards - irrigation management.    Accurate irrigation management - WINE GRAPES


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