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Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 1. Physiology of Stress in Grapevine: Challenges and Solutions

Convener: Aaron Fait , BIDR & Nurit Agam, BIDR

Physiology of stress in grapevine: challenges and solutions.
Farmers have selected plant materials (variety, rootstock) and viticultural practices in accordance with local climatic conditions in order to optimize yield and quality. Common practices include irrigation, fertilization, soil tillage, disease control, pruning, trellising and harvesting. These viticultural practices can be modified to adapt to climatic variability and to optimize grape yield, aroma and flavor. In recent years, strategies applied in arid land viticulture were introduced into central Europe as a means of buffering the impact of climate change. The development of ad-hoc practices is thus becoming pivotal in facing the upcoming uncertainties in relation to the environment.

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  • Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 1. Physiology of Stress in Grapevine: Challenges and Solutions

    1. Prof. Cornelis van Leeuwen

    Growing Vines in Dry Conditions: What Can We Learn from the Mediterranean Experience?

    University of Bordeaux, France

  • Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 1. Physiology of Stress in Grapevine: Challenges and Solutions

    2. Dr. Vasileios Fotopoulos

    Elucidation of Water Deficit Effects on ‘Xynisteri’ Grapes through Systems Biology Approaches

    Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus

  • Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 1. Physiology of Stress in Grapevine: Challenges and Solutions

    3. Dr. Mery Dafny-Yelin

    Hybrid Grapevine Resistance to Downy and Powdery Mildew

    MIGAL – Galilee Research Institute, Israel

  • Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 1. Physiology of Stress in Grapevine: Challenges and Solutions

    4. Ms. Rebeka Strah

    Metabolic and Transcriptomic Response to Water Deficit in Two Grapevine Interspecific Hybrids

    National Institute of Biology, Slovenia

  • Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 1. Physiology of Stress in Grapevine: Challenges and Solutions

    5. Prof. Aaron Fait

    A Varietal Study on the Temperature Impact on Grapevine Physiology and Metabolism

    Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

  • Viticulture in a Changing Climate. Session 1. Physiology of Stress in Grapevine: Challenges and Solutions

    6. Dr. Elyashiv Drori

    The Effect of Irrigation-Initiation Timing on the Phenolic Composition and Overall Quality of Cabernet Sauvignon Wines Grown in a Semi-Arid Climate

    Ariel University, Israel

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