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Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Vol. LXVI, Issue 2
Written by Georgeta Mihaela BUCUR, Liviu DEJEU

The scientific literature of the last decades presents studies on the influence of global warming on vine, a sensitive plant, considered an indicator of climate change. Adaptation of grapevine to climate change is a major challenge for the vine-growing sector. More attention has been given lately to the methods of mitigating its effects, to maintaining the quality and to production sustainability. The latest research identifies many short-term measures (canopy management, application of sunscreen substances, soil management, pest and disease control, irrigation), medium-term (new training systems, minimal pruning, late pruning, shading nets) and long-term measures (relocation of vineyards, planting systems, land selection, scion/rootstock varieties, photovoltaic panels) to combat the negative effects of this phenomenon. This paper aims to present a synthesis of the studies conducted both in our country and worldwide, regarding measures to ensure the adaptation to new conditions.

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