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Effect of reduced irrigation on grapevine physiology, grape characteristics and wine composition in three Pinot noir vineyards with contrasting soils
(Lincoln University, 2016)
The effect of water stress on grapevine performance has been extensively studied in different wine producing regions around the world, but little has ocurred in New Zealand. Pinot noir is the second most planted variety ...
Reduced irrigation and site/soil effects on Pinot noir vine pruning weight and soil nutrient status
(Winetitles Media, 2017-07)
A study in the Waipara region of North Canterbury in New Zealand is investigating the interaction between three different soil types and different irrigation volumes on vine responses.
Rates of deformation, uplift, and landscape development associated with active folding in the Waipara area of North Canterbury, New Zealand
(American Geophysical Union, 1994-12)
Analysis of the geometry and ages of faulted and tilted late Quaternary fluvial terraces and their associated cover beds provide evidence of active folding at three localities in the Waipara area of North Canterbury, New ...
(Indigenous Forests Section of the New Zealand Farm Forestry Association, 2006)
The Greening Waipara project stems from initiatives by Lincoln University, local wine growers, the Hurunui District Council, and Landcare Research. Lincoln University is running a public-good research programme funded by ...
Relative erodability of soils
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1971)
To provide design data for conservation farm plans, evaluation of a soil's inherent erodibility is essential. Available literature and the possible methods of evaluating a soil's erodibility are critically reviewed. ...