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De par leurs caractéristiques, les systèmes de culture viticoles sont fortement consommateurs de main d’œuvre et d’intrants : structure en rang, interventions manuelles pour la conduite du végétal, mécanisation croissante des pratiques culturales, variétés sensibles aux bioagresseurs. L’usage intensif d’intrants phytosanitaires présente aussi des risques pour la qualité des eaux et pour la santé humaine.

Wine-growing systems are very labour and input intensive: row structure, manual interventions for plant management, increasing mechanization of cultural practices, varieties susceptible to pests and diseases. The intensive use of phytosanitary inputs entails risks for water quality and for human health.
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Feb 2, 2021 - UMR SYSTEM
Hugo FERNANDEZ-MENA, 2020, "Service Plant Survey across vineyards of the South of France in 2016", https://doi.org/10.18167/DVN1/IAFN98, CIRAD Dataverse, V3
We conducted a survey across vineyards of the Languedoc Roussillon region (south of France) in 2016. The survey aimed to better understand the generic management strategies of service crops (cover crops, inter crops and spontaneous vegetation) in vineyards during the previous gra...
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