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wire frame

Wire frame education with cordon in Burgundy

An indispensable component of support systems in many forms of vine extraction in the vineyard. The shoots are attached to the wire frame ( baste ), so that it leads in a desired form and supports the high-ranking. Depending on the trunk height one speaks of a lower (picture below), a medium high and a high form. The procedure solved with the high culture from the 1950s the traditional Single pile education (Stock culture) largely from. This form of education also allows a machine processing in the vineyard such as the use of a harvester. The mostly galvanized wires are in different heights between the vines curious; excited. Depending on the load to be carried ( grapes or leaves) different wire thicknesses are used. There are also movable stapling wire holders on the pillars, which can be used to flexibly vary the height of the wires depending on the growth of the vine. See also complete listings under the two keywords training system (Systems) Weingarten Care (Activities).

Wire frame education with cordon in California

Picture above: By PRA - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 , Link
Picture below: By Jason DeRusha - op to Flickr as Mondavi , CC BY-SA 2.0 , Link

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