41Β: Resistance to active calcium. 40% | Root system depth Deep-moderately deep| Maturation. Late-normal| Robustness. High-moderate | Resistance to drought High-very high | Resistance to heavy soils High-moderate

Ampelographic:

  1. Young bronze-colored vegetation.
  2. Small leaf, kidney fold.
  3. The upper surface of the leaf is deep green, with small irregularities and the bottom is smooth.
  4. U-shaped Gulf open.

Properties:

This species is widely used in Greece (it is the most widespread) because it is suitable for dry, alumo-late earth soils with a resistance to calcium carbonate of 40-45% in total and 17-22% in active (ordinary soil conditions in the country). Underlying lively, suitable for varieties of medium-early or late ones with high resistance to the rosaceous form of phylloxera, but sensitive to filamentous by the experience of the past in Greece, did not present problems of harmonious cohabitation when it was vaccinated with the cultivated in Greece varieties of grapes (Greek and foreign). Success in on-the-spot vaccination is high (greater than 90%).

RU 140 Resistance to active calcium: 25-30% | Root system depth: Deep | Maturation. Normal | Robustness High | Resistance to drought: Very High | Resistance to heavy soils High

Ampelographic:

  1. Young spruce copper coloration.
  2. Medium leaf, kidney, full.
  3. The upper surface of the leaf is smooth, or the bottom is jagged at the junction of ribs that have red color.
  4. The bay is U-shaped, open.

Properties:

A subject with excellent quality and skills. A very lively subject, helps to increase the productivity of the vaccine. It is very resistant to the rhino form of phylloxera and tics. It consists of poor, synthetic, shallow dry soils with a calcium carbonate content of up to 80% in total and 40% in active. Finally, the various experimental work and applications did not mention problems of harmonious coexistence between this subject and the varieties of the European vine.

S04: Resistance to active calcium 20% | Root system depth Moderately deep | Maturation Normal | Robustness Moderate | Resistance to drought Very High | resistance to heavy soils High

Ampelographic:

  1. Young spruce copper coloration.
  2. Medium leaf, kidney, full.
  3. The upper surface of the lamina is smooth, or the bottom is jagged at the junction of ribs that have red color.
  4. The bay is U-shaped, open.

Properties:

A subject with excellent quality and skills. A very lively subject, helps to increase the productivity of the vaccine. It is very resistant to the rhino form of phylloxera and tics. It consists of poor, synthetic, shallow dry soils with a calcium carbonate content of up to 80% in total and 40% in active. Finally, the various experimental work and applications did not mention problems of harmonious coexistence between this subject and the varieties of the European vine.

P 1103: Resistance to active calcium. 19% | Root system depth Deep | Maturation. Normal | Robustness . High | Resistance to drought High | Resistance to heavy soils High

Ampelographic:

  1. Young brass-colored vegetation with its red tip.
  2. The developed leaf is of moderate size, nephrotic, almost complete.
  3. Both faces of the lace are smooth, the ribs are red.

Properties:

This subject combines very good properties. Resistant to chloride salts, it is recommended for clay soils, dry, shallow, poor with calcium carbonate content of up to 40-50% in total and 20% in active. It is a very lively subject, rapid growth with good wood yields in the nursery and rooting in the nursery. Recommended for varieties grown in linear and bedding. In Greece it has not been used in large areas.

R 110: Resistance to active calcium. 17% | Root system depth . Deep | Maturation Late | Robustness. Moderate | Resistance to drought Very High | Resistance to heavy soils Moderate

Ampelographic:

  1. Young bronze-colored vegetation.
  2. Small leaf, kidney fold.
  3. The upper surface of the leaf is deep green, with small irregularities and the bottom is smooth.
  4. The bay is U-shaped, open

Properties:

This species is widely used in our country (it is the most widespread) because it is suitable for dry, alumo-late earth soils with a resistance to calcium carbonate of 40-45% in total and 17-22% in active (ordinary soil conditions in the country). Underlying lively, suitable for varieties of medium-early or late table grapes with high resistance to the rosaceous form of phylloxera, but sensitive to the filamentous by the past, wine-growing experience in our country, did not present problems of harmonious cohabitation when grafted with the cultivated in our country varieties of grapes (Greek and foreign). Success in on-the-spot vaccination is high (greater than 90%).

NUMBER OF PLANTS PER ACRE DEPENDING ON THE PLANTING DENSITY METERS