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April 2006
A New, Improved Level of Soil Mapping
As more quality-driven demands are being made on winegrowing practices, more accurate soil data is explaining why grapes from adjacent areas can make very different wines.
by Paul W. Skinner
As demands for more consistent yields, increased fruit, higher wine quality and more uniform ripening continue to spread through the winegrape industry, accurate soil data is becoming more and more important for adjusting vineyard practices to meet these goals. Soil data that has been collected, analyzed and displayed with new sensors and software mapping techniques are successfully being used to map soil variability across vineyard sites. This data is useful for planning new vineyard developme...
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