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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Vol. LXIII, Issue 1
Written by Daniela Doloris CICHI, Felicia STOICA, Camelia MUNTEAN, Mihai CICHI, Constantin BĂDUCĂ CÎMPEANU

This paper presents the results of the study on the dynamics of the surfaces and table grapes productions in Romania, depending on the favourability of the various wine-growing areas, as well as the main stages of the wine sector evolution over the last 3 decades. There are also stated issues related to the evolution of fresh grapes consumption, the evolution of imports and the structure of the assortment. Over the last three decades, Romania's total table grapes surface under production decreased by 73.47%, while the production decreased by 63.34% in the same period. It is noted that although Romania has valuable seeded and seedless table grape varieties, as a result of the last 4 decades in the field of table grape breeding, they have a share of only 4% of the total area cultivated with table grape varieties, which indicates insufficient and inefficient use of Romania's genetic resources. Compared to 2000, the volume of imports increased by + 125% in 2004, reaching in 2014 29,000 tons of imports (an increase by +625% compared to 2000 and by + 163.7% compared to 2010).

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