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Trends of meteorological elements and recommended grapevine cultivars for the vineyard zone Vršac

Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade-Zemun (1,2)
Faculty of Physic, Meteorological Institute, Belgrade (3)


Climatic changes on the global level have consequences in changes of meteorological and climatologic conditions in vinegrowing areas. The aim of this paper was to analyze trends of the meteorological elements and determine suitability of growing grapevine cultivar in a viticulture region. Trend analysis was done, based on the data for South-Banat sub-region, an important resource for the production of grapes and wines in Pannonia plain (Vršac: H=83m, φ=45 09 N, λ=21 19 E).

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Air temperature trends in the Niš-South Morava vinegrowing area and recommended grapevine cultivars

Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade-Zemun (1,3)
Faculty of Physic, Meteorological Institute, Belgrade (2,4)


Climatic changes in the last two decades on global level are presenting the fact that the planet Earth is getting warmed up. Significant temperature increasing on global level has consequences in air temperature changing on even smaller proportion. The aim of this paper is to analyze trends in air temperature, as a very important meteorological element for successful grapevine growing.

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Application of microbiological fertilizers in viticulture: Grape yield and quality of wine cv. Riesling

Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade-Zemun (1,2,3,4,5)


The recommended cultivars for top quality wines Riesling in the vineyards of Grocka is in full crop. It was grafted on Kober 5 BB stock and planted on the soil type cambysoil. The content of total nitrogen is 0.1-0.15%. Supply of easily available potassium varies between 12.3-15 mg/100g a.d.s.2, i.e. phosphorus 0.4-3.6 mg/100g a.d.s. in layer up to 40 cm.

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Phenological observation of white grape varieties in the grape growing area of Grocka

Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade-Zemun (1,2)


Phenological stages of white wine varieties grown in the "Radmilovac" collection vineyard were recorded during a three- year period. The included stages were: time of bud burst - shoot growth, flowering, véraison and full ripening. The number of days, sum of active and sum of effective temperatures were established for each phenological stage, 12 features in total.

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Comparative studies of some white wine cultivars in the sub-region of Belgrade and Niš

Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade-Zemun (1,3)
High School of Agriculture, Prokuplje (2)
Faculty of Physics, Belgrade (4)


In two wine-growing areas with different climatic characteristics 12 cultivars intended for the production of white wines were studied. The climatic characteristics include: mean annual air temperatures, mean vegetation air temperatures, heliothermal coefficient, hydrothermal coefficient and active temperatures sum from the moment of the growth of shoots to their full maturity for each studied cultivar. Elements of buds fruitfulness (6 features in total), yield, cluster mass, sugar quantity and grape quality were observed in both localities.

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Ampelographic characteristics of new wine varieties created at the experimental station 'Radmilovac'

Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Viticulture, Belgrade-Zemun (1,2)


Six new varieties: Godominka, Jagodinka, Kladovska White, Tenturier of Kraina, Srpski Rubin and Tenturier of Župa were created at the Faculty of Agriculture in Zemun. Ampelographic researches according to the method OIV-IBPGR-UPOV included the following characteristics: young shoot (8), tendril (1), young leaf (2), mature leaf (14), flower type (1), bunch (3), berry (6), seed (1), must quality (2).

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Production-technological characteristics of some promising grapevine seedlings in the condition of experimental station 'Radmilovac'

Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade-Zemun (1,2,3)


During the period 1982-1991, at the 'Radmilovac' site, Experimental Station of the Faculty of Agriculture, Belgrade-Zemun, Yugoslavia, 14 grapevine genotypes were investigated. The experiment included the features as follows: grape yield (q/ha), single bunch weight (g), single berry weight (g), sugar content of must (%) and total acids of must (g/l).

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