Australian scientists on Feb. 26 said they have distinguished the early ripening grapes and hoped to help the growers' cultivation work better adapt to the effects of changing conditions. climate.
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In Australia as well as in other countries around the world, grapes tend to ripen faster, a phenomenon that can affect the quality of grape wine. The current explanation of this phenomenon to distinguish the factors causing it is still limited.
The rise in temperature is believed to be an important factor in making the grapes ripen early
According to scientists, the early ripening phenomenon occurs only later in the Margaret River region in Australia's southwestern tip, however, in other regions, this phenomenon will occur faster within 6 to 34. days depending on the case.
The most significant factor is the increase in temperature and is considered an important factor in 7 cases of early ripening . In addition, the soil moisture , especially in the Southeast, is also considered a major factor in the five regions. Another factor that is considered to have an effect on the phenomenon is the management of human vineyards .
According to Dr. Leanne Webb, a researcher at the University of Melbourne, the study will help vinters have the advantage to develop strategies to adapt their farming activities to be able to cope with acting. Variation of weather and changes in soil moisture.