Sustainability in Hillside Viticulture: some management tools

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Date(s) - 20 Mar 2015 - 26 Mar 2015
14 h 00 min - 19 h 00 min


Viticulture is one of the farming activities with the greatest capacity for creating and modelling landscapes, which facts require constant scientific and technical qualification and updating. For centuries, this virtuous characteristic has been one of its identity features, as a way of asserting regions and nations.

This seminar aims to show the results of the work undertaken over the last four years on methods for rationalizing hillside vineyards, based on risk and erosion analysis; and to present mitigation measures that may help reduce erosion and increase sustainability, preservation of the landscape, lower production costs, and consequently, increased competitiveness for wine growing companies.

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(Please note that there are two dates, 20th March in Lisbon and 26th March in Porto)


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