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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Vol. LXVII, Issue 1
Written by Mariana GODOROJA, Gheorghe NICOLAESCU, Cornelia VOINESCO, Valeria PROCOPENCO, Olga MOGILDEA, Ion DOSCA, Dumitru VARTIC, Ina GRIZA

The influence of terroir on the growth, development and productivity of the vineyard has been known since ancient times, but due to the increasingly changing climate, it is becoming an increasingly indispensable subject to study. The European continent remains to be affected by climate change, and the countries in the south-eastern part the most, or this was mentioned in the report 'Climate change, impacts and vulnerability in Europe 2020'. The frequency and intensity of climate changes will impose the need to adapt technologies, the diversification of vine varieties or the adaptation of existing ones. The average air temperature on the territory of the Republic of Moldova registers an average increase of approximately 0.01oC/year during the period 1887-2010. Recent years have also seen an increase in temperatures of over 1oC compared to 10-15 years ago. The amount of water coming from the precipitation is less and less, and reaches the lower limit of non-irrigated vine cultivation.

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