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|Title:||Growth Stages of the Grapevine: Adoption of a system for identifying grapevine growth stages|
|Author:||Coombe, B. G.|
|Citation:||Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 1995; 1 (2):100-110|
|Publisher:||Australian Society of Viticulture & Oenology|
|Abstract:||The foregoing paper by Lorenz et al. (1995), translated into English by P. May, describes a new system for the identification of grapevine growth stages called the BBCH system. This is an adaptation, for the grapevine, of a basic scale developed to cover all monocot and dicot crops. Appraisal of this and two other systems has led to a preference for that by Eichhorn and Lorenz (1977) but with some amendments. These amendments are discussed and a new system of measurement and description of stages of the grapevine is proposed which copes with the dual needs for a simple listing of major stages and, at the same time, provides intermediate detailed stages. It is called the Modified E-L system.|
|Keywords:||Grapevine; growth stages; phenology|
|Appears in Collections:||Wine Science publications|
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