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CAUSES OF SOIL MALFUNCTIONING IN DEGRADED AREAS OF EUROPEAN AND TURKISH VINEYARDS Organic Eprints
Costantini, E.A.C.; Priori, S.; Giffard, B.; Fulchin, E.; Tardaguila, J.; Schroers, H.J.; Pelengic, R.; Akca, E.; Tangolar, S.; Valboa, G..
A study was carried out in nineteen vineyards of five countries, well representative of major viticultural districts, which showed areas with fertility problems, consequence of strong soil erosion occurred during either pre-planting or ordinary cultivation. The comparison between degraded and non-degraded areas highlighted that the soil features limiting water nutrition and enhancing potential water stress were the most frequent discriminant soil conditions. Low nitrogen availability was the second most important cause of soil malfunctioning, together with low organic matter content. The degradation was also reflected in the very low values of the C/N ratio, pointing to a difficulty of microbiota in synthetizing humus. Other limiting factor were excessive...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Nutrient turnover; Soil; Farm nutrient management.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33458/1/7906-25845-1-PB.pdf
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Effect of organic treatments on soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics in vineyard Organic Eprints
Priori, S.; D'Avino, L.; Agnelli, A.E.; Valboa, G.; Knapic, M.; Schroers, H.J.; Akca, E.; Tangolar, S.; Kìraz, M.E.; Giffard, B.; Fulchin, E..
The work aims to investigate the effects of different soil management strategies on carbon sequestration and total nitrogen in areas of vineyards suffering from loss of soil functionality. Treatments, selected for inter-row management, to re-install soil functionality were based on compost or other organic amendments (COMP), green manure (GM), and dry mulching (DM) strategies using winter legumes and cereals. Cover crops were seeded in fall and mown in late spring, leaved in the ground for mulching in DM or incorporated into the uppermost soil layers in GM. Such approaches were investigated in six vineyards in Italy, six in France, and two vineyards in Slovenia and Turkey. The results showed that COMP significantly increased total organic carbon (TOC)...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Composting and manuring; Nutrient turnover; Soil tillage; Soil; Biodiversity and ecosystem services; Viticulture.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33464/1/7896-25717-1-PB.pdf
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Effects of reduced soil functionality in European vineyards Organic Eprints
Costantini, E.A.C.; Priori, S.; Akca, S.; Castaldini, M.; D'Avino, L.; Fulchin, E.; Gagnarli, E.; Giffard, B.; Kìraz, M.E.; Lagomarsino, A.; Landi, S.; Martensson, A.; Pellegrini, S.; Perria, R.; Puccioni, S.; Schroers, H.J.; Simoni, S.; Storchi, P.; Tangolar, S.; Tardaguila, J.; Valboa, G.; Zombardo, A..
Improper or excessive land preparation methods in vineyards before planting can have a considerable impact on soil functionality. They include excessive levelling and deep ploughing leading to disturbances of the natural contour of slopes and destruction, truncation and burial of soil horizons. Manipulations may significantly modify chemical, physical, biological and hydrological balance of soils. Problems that may arise from these interventions relate to the reduction of organic substances, enrichment of calcium carbonate and soluble salts, impacting development and health of grapevines. Reduced water retention capacity can lead to increased water stress during dry season, decreased water permeability and circulation of oxygen in the soil, increased...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Nutrient turnover; Soil; Biodiversity and ecosystem services.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://orgprints.org/32423/1/EGU2017-2296.pdf
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Effects of soil degradation and organic treatments on vegetative growth, yield and grape quality Organic Eprints
Tardaguila, J.; Storchi, P.; Puccioni, S.; Zombardo, A.; Tangolar, Semih; Tangolar, Serpil; Melike, A.; Kìraz, M.E.; Giffard, B.; Fulchin, E.; Schroers, H.J.; Pelengic, R.; Moreda, E.; Fernandez-Novales, J.; Costantini, E.A.C..
Delimited degraded soil areas caused by an improper land preparation before vine plantation and or management can be observed in conventional and organic European vineyards. Soil malfunctioning including: poor organic matter content, imbalanced nutritional status, altered pH, water deficiency, soil compaction and/or scarce oxygenation. The goal of the present study was to compare the effects of some agronomic strategies to restore optimal soil functionality in degraded areas in organic commercial vineyards located in five countries, and to evaluate the impact of these soil management practices on vegetative growth, yield and grape quality parameters. Grapevines located in non-degraded soils showed higher vegetative growth and yield, and lower total soluble...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Production systems Composting and manuring Crop health; Quality; Protection Viticulture.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33460/1/7898-25702-1-PB.pdf
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Effects of soil erosion on agro-ecosystem services and soil functions: A multidisciplinary study in nineteen organically farmed European and Turkish vineyards Organic Eprints
Costantini, E.A.C.; Castaldini, M.; Diago, M.P; Giffard, B.; Lagomarsino, A.; Schroers, H.J.; Priori, S.; Valboa, G.; Agnelli, A.E.; Akca, E.; D'Avino, L.; Fulchin, E.; Gagnarli, E.; Kìraz, M.E.; Knapic, M.; Pelengic, R.; Pellegrini, S.; Perria, R.; Puccioni, S.; Simoni, S.; Tangolar, S.; Tardaguila, J.; Vignozzi, N.; Zombardo, A..
This multidisciplinary research work evaluated the effects of soil erosion on grape yield and quality and on different soil functions, namely water and nutrient supply, carbon sequestration, organic matter recycling, and soil biodiversity, with the aim to understand the causes of soil malfunctioning and work out a proper strategy of soil remediation. Degraded areas in nineteen organically farmed European and Turkish vineyards resulted in producing significantly lower amounts of grapes and excessive concentrations of sugar. Plants suffered from decreased water nutrition, due to shallower rooting depth, compaction, and reduced available water capacity, lower chemical fertility, as total nitrogen and cation exchange capacity, and higher concentration of...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Soil quality Crop combinations and interactions Soil biology Composting and manuring Nutrient turnover Soil Biodiversity and ecosystem services Crop health; Quality; Protection Landscape and recreation Viticulture.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33472/1/JEM_draft.pdf
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IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL MANAGEMENT ON COMMUNITIES OF ORIBATIDA, GAMASINA AND COLLEMBOLA IN ITALIAN AND FRENCH VINEYARDS Organic Eprints
Simoni, S.; Gagnarli, E.; Goggioli, D.; Guidi, S.; Tarchi, F.; D'Avino, L.; Giffard, B..
Quantitative and qualitative analyses among the soil microarthropods can be used in biomonitoring as tools in multi-disciplinary approach to characterize soil quality. Three groups of microarthropods - Collembola and Oribatida as detrivores and Gamasina as predators - were selected to evaluate the impact of different management treatments adopted to recover degraded soil in organic. Differences in arthropod populations between French and Italian sites were registered. In Italy, after two years of recovering treatments, an increase of the abundances of all groups, particularly detritivores in degraded plots, was observed. The population of gamasids increased, in all sites, only in non degraded plots. Soil invertebrates of similar trophic groups, like...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Soil biology; Composting and manuring; Nutrient turnover; Soil; Biodiversity and ecosystem services.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33467/1/7902-25721-1-PB.pdf
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Le projet RESOLVE, dédié à la restauration du sol en viticulture biologique Organic Eprints
Fulchin, E.; Giffard, B.; Van Helden, M..
Resolve est l'un des onze projets européens retenus dans le cadre du programme Core Organic Plus. Cet article décrit le contexte et les objectifs du projet, ainsi que les partenaires et sites expérimentaux impliqués.
Tipo: Newspaper or magazine article Palavras-chave: Soil quality Soil biology Composting and manuring Crop health; Quality; Protection Viticulture.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/30546/1/article%20UGVB%20Resolve%20janv2016.pdf
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Projet Resolve - Caractérisation de la dégradation et du fonctionnement biologique du sol Organic Eprints
Giffard, B.; Fulchin, E..
Le projet européen Resolve vise à restaurer un fonctionnement du sol optimal dans des parcelles de vigne en AB souffrant de problèmes de vigueur. Une première étape est de caractériser des zones de faible vigueur ou zones dégradées dans des parcelles à travers différents paramètres relatifs à la vigne, au sol et à son fonctionnement. Les variations de stress hydrique supporté par la vigne ainsi que les rendements et la qualité des baies sont les premiers indicateurs qui ont été mesurés. Dans un second temps, des analyses de sol approfondies et conduites dans les différents horizons permettent d'apporter un premier éclairage sur les facteurs responsables de la dégradation du sol. Enfin, la biodiversité du sol, en particulier les êtres vivants associés au...
Tipo: Newspaper or magazine article Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Soil biology; Soil; Biodiversity and ecosystem services; Viticulture.
Ano: 2017 URL: http://orgprints.org/32616/1/UGVB_Aout2017_page1-4.pdf
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Protocol for soil functionality assessment in vineyards Organic Eprints
Costantini, E.A.C.; Priori, S.; Giffard, B.; Fulchin, E.; Tardaguila, J.; Schroers, H.J.; Martensson, A.; Tengolar, S.; Akca, E.; Landi, S.; Lagomarsino, A.; Castaldini, M..
Protocols used by Resolve partners during the project, to assess soil functionality on degraded aeras and evaluate soil restoration after applying recovering practices.
Tipo: Practice tool Palavras-chave: Soil quality Soil biology Biodiversity and ecosystem services Crop health; Quality; Protection Research methodology and philosophy Viticulture.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33851/1/2018.09.19%20Protocols_for_soil_functionality_assessment_in_vineyards.pdf
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Protocols for soil functionality assessment in vineyards Organic Eprints
Costantini, E.A.C.; Priori, S.; Landi, S.; Lagomarsino, A.; Castaldini, M.; Giffard, B.; Fulchin, E.; Tardaguila, J.; Schroers, H.J.; Martensson, A.; Tangolar, S.; Akca, E..
The purpose of this guideline is to describe the methods used during ReSolVe project for soil functionality assessment, so they can be implemented in similar studies. A brief introduction first underlines what are the main functions of soil and why maintaining an optimal soil functionality is particularly of major interest in viticulture. Then the different protocols selected for ReSolVe project and this guideline are presented according to the following classification: - Part I: assessment of soil physical and chemical features; - Part II: assessment of soil biological features (ecosystem service provision and providers); - Part III: assessment of rhizosphere biological features; - Part IV: assessment of grapevine quantitative and qualitative...
Tipo: Report Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Soil biology; Specific methods; Nutrient turnover; Soil; Technology transfer; Biodiversity and ecosystem services; Research methodology and philosophy; Viticulture.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33864/1/2018.09.19%20Protocols_for_soil_functionality_assessment_in_vineyards.pdf
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ReSolVe : restaurer la fertilité des sols viticoles en agriculture biologique Organic Eprints
Giffard, B.; Fulchin, E.; Joubard, B.; Van Helden, M..
Le projet ReSolVe (programme Core Organic Plus) regroupe 6 pays dans l’objectif de restaurer la fertilité des sols viticoles par des méthodes alternatives dans des parcelles conduites en agriculture biologique présentant des zones caractérisées par des déficiences de vigueur, de récolte ou encore de qualité. L’objectif est de tester des techniques compatibles avec l’agriculture biologique afin de rétablir la fertilité et le fonctionnement du sol dans ces zones dégradées : ajout de compost, semis d’engrais verts, et semis d’un enherbement géré en mulch. 6 parcelles d'essai ont été mises en place en France. Les relations entre caractéristiques des sols, biodiversité (dont mésofaune), décomposition de la matière organique et conséquences sur la productivité...
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Soil biology; Biodiversity and ecosystem services; Viticulture.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/32619/1/abstract_tebis_2016_Giffard.pdf
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Restoring soil functionality in degraded areas of organic vineyards - Preliminary results of the ReSolVe project in the French vineyards Organic Eprints
Giffard, B.; Fulchin, E.; JOUBARD, B.; GRANGER, D.; AMBLARD, P.; DEFFONTAINES, L.; Van Helden, M..
Degraded soil areas in vineyards are associated with problems in vine health, grape production and quality. Different causes for soil degradation are possible such as poor organic matter content, lower plant nutrient availability, pH, water deficiency, soil compaction / lower oxygenation… The aim of this preliminary study is to assess soil functionality (OM decomposition), biodiversity through mesofauna diversity and consequences for vine growth and quality.
Tipo: Conference paper, poster, etc. Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Soil biology; Biodiversity and ecosystem services; Viticulture.
Ano: 2016 URL: http://orgprints.org/32618/1/poster_resolve_france_tebis2016.pdf
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Restoring soil functionality in degraded areas within vineyards by organic treatments: the experimental layout of the RESOLVE Core-organic+ project Organic Eprints
D'Avino, L.; Priori, S.; Schroers, H.J.; Tangolar, S.; Tardaguila, J.; Giffard, B.; Fantappiè, M.; Costantini, E.A.C..
Degraded areas are frequent in vineyards, even if managed by organic farming, mainly caused by soil truncation, soil erosion, or salts enrichment. Recovering strategies implemented in 19 degraded vineyards in 5 countries within the RESOLVE project concerned: (i) composted organic amendments, or seeding of cover crops (including legumes) for (ii) green manure or (iii) dry mulch. The relationships between vineyard management and pedo-climatic conditions are useful to better understand other contributions dealing with RESOLVE project reported in the present special issue. The results suggested that the nature of degradation requires optimum seedbed preparation to grow green manure crops. Whereas dry mulching plants needs less tillage operations (neither...
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Production systems; Soil quality; Soil; Viticulture; Environmental aspects.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33461/1/7917-25952-1-PB.pdf
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SOIL ENZYME ACTIVITIES RECOVERY AFTER ORGANIC TREATMENTS OF DEGRADED AREAS WITHIN VINEYARDS Organic Eprints
Lagomarsino, A.; Agnelli, A.E.; Fulchin, E.; Giffard, B..
Soil enzymes were used to assess the impact of different treatments applied in four farms, each one with three vineyards as replicates, on soil functionality. 8 enzymes related to C, N, S and P cycling were measured and functional diversity indexes were estimated. Three treatments were compared: compost, green manure and dry mulching with respect to degraded and non-degraded soil. The four vineyards showed different enzymatic patterns and response to treatments. Vineyards with the largest difference between degraded and non-degraded soil have benefited more largely from the treatments. In particular, dry mulching seemed to be more effective than green manure or compost, with the exception of San Disdagio. However, the effect the short term.
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Soil biology; Composting and manuring; Nutrient turnover; Soil tillage; Soil.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33466/1/7891-25954-1-PB.pdf
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SOIL FUNCTIONALITY AND EFFECTS OF POSSIBLE ERRORS IN SOIL MANAGEMENT DURING PRE-PLANTING AND VINEYARD CULTIVATION. EVIDENCES FROM THE RESOLVE PROJECT Organic Eprints
Costantini, E.A.C.; Priori, S.; Giffard, B.; Fulchin, E.; Tardaguila, J.; Schroers, H.J.; Akca, E.; Tangolar, S..
The Resolve research project set up a multidisciplinary research work to evaluate the effects of possible errors in soil management during pre-planting and vineyard cultivation, leading to severe soil erosion. Different soil functionalities were considered, namely provision of grape yield and quality, water and nutrient supply, carbon sequestration, organic matter recycling, and soil biodiversity. The project involved 19 experimental organically farmed vineyards situated in Italy, France, Spain and Slovenia (wine grape), and in Turkey (table grape). The aim of the project was to understand the causes of soil malfunctioning and work out a proper strategy to restore soil fertility.
Tipo: Journal paper Palavras-chave: Soil quality; Nutrient turnover; Soil; Biodiversity and ecosystem services.
Ano: 2018 URL: http://orgprints.org/33457/1/7905-25843-2-PB.pdf
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