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Viticulture Notes

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People and Economic Activity HSC Geography course complete detailed notes! Very useful and detailed for winemaking and viticulture using all the factors/influences of viticulture as well as future directions etc

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Wine Japanese wine Chilean wine New World wine French wine Globalization of wine Viticulture Italian wine Vineyard Organic wine American wine South African wine
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dscape to suit modern people needs Changing ecological factors within physical space PEOPLE AND ECONOMIC ACTIVITY NATURE, SPATIAL PATTERNS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS OF VITICULTURE/WINEMAKING INDUSTRY NATURE OF VITICULTURE/WINEMAKING INDUSTRY o WINEMAKING INDUSTRY INVOLVES TWO DISTINCT ACTIVITIES: o Viticulture- cultivation and harvesting of grapes o Winemaking- production of wine via the crushing and fermentation of grapes o One of oldest agricultural practices- dates to ancient Rome o The romans planted vineyards across regions in Gaul (modern day France) dating back 2500 years o Managing grape growing system- need skills in all aspects of process: • Site selection/vineyard design • Species selection • Monitoring/control of pests and diseases • Fertilizer application • Irrigation • Plant management • Monitoring of fruit development ...
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