ISSN 2284-7995, ISSN Online 2285-3952


Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 20 ISSUE 1
Written by Diana Elena VIZITIU, Lucian DINCĂ, Alina DONICI, Viorica ENACHE

Wine plants are cultivated on different types of soils with different degrees of fertility, from sandy ones up to clay ones. Consequently, the technology for maintaining viticulture plantations must improve their fertility state and the soil’s productivity. The large number of works and the repeated crossings with tractors and viticulture equipment in vineyards negatively influences the soil’s characteristics: structure degradation, surface and depth compaction, the decrease of humus content, reduction of biological activity, that can finally led to a decrease of the soil’s natural fertility. In this paper are presented different solutions for: preventing soil erosion; capitalization of viticulture fields in the conditions of applying a sustainable viticulture, remaking the water-air percentage and improving the soil’s biological activity.

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