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reversal education

In this high Reberziehungssystem be the shoots instead of raised from the bottom to the top "in reverse" from top to bottom. The Kordone are pulled up very high, so that the fruit shoots can grow down to a sufficient length and do not lie on the ground. The drooping shoots can lead to the formation of bells and thus to foliage compaction. There is a risk of poorer penetration of Pesticides and thus higher disease burden such as mushrooms, Therefore, in one of the variants, the leaves are pressed by a "catching wire" on the wind-averted side, the grapes are on the windward side. As a result, the grapes are not covered by overhanging shoots.

There are a number of variants deviating in detail. For example Bock section. Geneva Double Curtain, hanging cordon education, Hudson River Umbrella. Sylvoz education (also Casarsa-education), Trier wheel and Umbrella Kniffin, The reversal systems are in the broader sense of the large group of Kordon systems, See also Constellations under training system (Systems) and Weingarten Care (Activities).

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