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couluring (GB)
couler (F)
colare (I)
corrimiento (ES)

Designation for defective or not done blossom or flower drop during or shortly after the vine flower. Other names are Abröhren, leaving, trickling and extreme passage or trickle through. The reasons for this are weather-related influences such as frost. hail and prolonged rainfall as well chlorosis, However, trickling can also be caused by pests mites (Curling mites) and Rebenthripse. mushrooms as Red burner or Botrytis as well as different viral diseases such as especially the brushwood disease be caused. Verrieseln is also favored by excessive use in the vineyard nitrogen. copper. sulfur or phytohormones, All this causes a weak one photosynthesis and poor carbohydrate supply in the plant tissue and leads to bad fruit set,

Sprinkle - inflorescence of a bunch of grapes

As a result, it can lead to a reduction of the normal approach or number of berries on the grape scaffold with extreme looseness of and with it too yield losses up to 80% and more come. A moderate trickling can be quite positive, because grape varieties are too compact, dichtbeerigen Grapes for bunch rot tend. One possible manifestation of trickling is the millerandage (French Millerandage) with abnormally many small, green and hard berries (scorn berries) or later maturing very sweet berries. Certain varieties or. Clones or documents are particularly susceptible to trickle and small scale. Among others, these are Cot, Grenache Noir ( Garnacha Tinta ) Merlot. Ortega and Muscat Ottonel,

Inflorescence: From Mussklprozz , CC BY-SA 3.0 , Link

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