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French term for vineyard (location) or also vine; see there.

Term (also vine, grapevine, vine) for the climbing plant used in viticulture for the production of wine. The subject is dealt with from various points of view in the following keywords:

Weinrebe - Weintraube, Rebstock und Weinberg

Adventitious bud to autochthonous

  • Adventitious bud - buds in unusual places on the vine
  • Old growth - autochthonous grape varieties in the Swiss canton of Valais
  • Old v ines - among others Black Hamburg in Hampton Court Palace near London
  • American vines - American vine species
  • Ampelography - vine lore
  • Anderson Kym - Editor "Which Winegrape Varieties are Grown Where" (Statistics)
  • Ancient Vines - historical grape varieties such as Allobrogica, Aminea, Biturica etc.
  • Asian grapevine - Asian grapevine species
  • Eye - bud of the vine (main eye, secondary eye, summer eye, winter eye)
  • autochthonous gra pevine species - means "originating or occurring at the place of origin".

BBCH code to DNA

one year old wood to highest vineyard

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