CRAM-Mirabel | Monitoring system for evaluation of cold hardiness of several grapevine cultivars under climatic condition of Eastern Canada
Le Centre de recherche agroalimentaire de Mirabel (CRAM) est un organisme à but non lucratif qui offre des services de recherche et de transfert technologique en horticulture et en agroalimentaire dans le but de favoriser le développement et la compétitivité des entreprises agricoles.
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Monitoring system for evaluation of cold hardiness of several grapevine cultivars under climatic condition of Eastern Canada

Date
2018-2023
Rôle dans le projet
Requérant
Partenaires
Brock Univ., AAC, CVQ, agronomes, MAPAQ
Organisme subventionnaire
Agriculture agroalimentaire Canada- Grappe scientifique canadienne
Description

The proposed project would help to better understand vine physiology in relation to freezing tolerance so as to propose adaptations or new technologies that can be used to support producers and help to increase yield and fruit quality. Monitoring systems for bud hardiness will be implemented in Quebec in collaboration with Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI) to provide information about cold hardiness of hybrids and V. vinifera under Quebec climatic conditions. Important information will also be generated that could be used for more efficient management of frost protection systems, such as wind machines against spring frost. These data sets will be used for the development and validation of models concerning phenology and cold hardiness for hybrids and V. vinifera. These models will be available from the CIPRA website and could be utilized by agronomists, researchers and producers to ensure better monitoring in the field and to specify the times of intervention for frost protection.

Chargé de projet
Alexander Campbell

Chercheur responsable
Caroline Provost

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