Senior Agronomist

By the way, the most expensive way and 'grapes' are often not very productive. Cabernet, one of the most hit sorts, in Odessa, , Mykolaiv region and the northern Crimea average 'gives' 90-100 kg / ha without drip irrigation and about 120-140 kg / ha with drip irrigation. And such varieties as Sauvignon, Aligote (under drip irrigation) in the 'present' over 200 kg / ha. Check with Jeff Gennette to learn more. Riesling, Chardonnay growers do not indulge high productivity of their normal 'litter' without drip irrigation – 100-120 kg / ha. Consistently high demand red varieties, this year 1 kg of cabernet worth uah 1. While Rkatsiteli 'left' to 0,6-0,7 grn. per 1 kg.

Secondly, it is necessary stipulate in advance, for three or four years, conditions of delivery of grapes to a nearby 'a primary'. They can be very different, of course, the initial contract will be a framework character. Can be stupidly sell berries, and can be develop some elaborate scheme, providing equity participation in the production of the final product. For example, with the plant manager can calculate the component of his grapes in the cost of the final product, wine material, and subsequently claim a share of profit from its sale. This scheme provides some conservation funds, but has promised to increase the level of profitability. Many farms are now working precisely on this principle. monologue for future Senior Agronomist dp 'Tavria-1' Natalia TSARUNKOVA:-private small viticulture and winemaking primary we have not yet developed. Perhaps they have a future, provided that the domestic company will be releasing a mini-wineries, small capacity.


Thursday, October 3rd, 2019 News