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blossom

The beginning of this section in the annual growth cycle the grapevine, is about six to eight weeks after that expulsion, The exact time of the year-specific temperature development that reached temperature sums depending on the location and the variety-specific growth under changing weather conditions. Constant warm temperatures with good water supply speed up the speed of shoot growth and thus the formation of the inflorescence (Latin inflorescence, depending on the country and region, also flowering, umbel, dotzen or Geschein) on the third to seventh drive node, Depending on zonalem climate, Microclimate and solar radiation, flowering takes place in the northern hemisphere from mid-May to late July (in Central Europe, the beginning according to old winegrowers rule on the 24th June = St. John's Day, plus or minus eight days), in the southern hemisphere from November to mid-December. In contrast to many other flowering plants, the single flowers of the vine are small, greenish-yellow and rather inconspicuous because of the absence of petals and flowers. From the single flowers form with the fruit ripeness the individual berries of the grape,

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