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Assessment of new low input vine systems: Dataset on environmental, soil, biodiversity, growth, yield, disease incidence, juice and wine quality, cost and social data.

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This article describes the environmental, agronomical, economical and social indicators characterization of eleven new low input vine systems to explore their multicriteria performances. These data also describe the reproducibility of all the indicators over six harvest years (2013-2018) over eleven selected winegrower plots. The environmental characterizations are total treatment frequency index, fungicide treatment frequency index, I-Phy indicator from Indigo® method, copper rate, soil compaction, bacterial activity in soil, bacterial molecular biomass, potential nitrogen mineralization rate, amont of avalaible nitrogen in soil at veraison, total specific floristic richness, and relative pollination value. The agronomical characterizations are vine phenology, vine vigour, plot yield, powdery mildew intensity on bunches at harvest, grey rot intensity on bunches at harvest, juice sugar rate (total soluble solids) and juice total acidity rate (titrable acidity) at harvest, wine characteristics after microvinification. The economical characterizations are brut semi-margin at the plot and at the farm scale. The sociological characterizations are human capital, penibility, hardouness work and pesticide risk.
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hal-02950647 , version 1 (09-01-2024)

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Marie Thiollet-Scholtus, Alix Muller, Céline Abidon, Julie Grignion, Olivier Keichinger, et al.. Assessment of new low input vine systems: Dataset on environmental, soil, biodiversity, growth, yield, disease incidence, juice and wine quality, cost and social data.. Data in Brief, 2020, 31, pp.105663. ⟨10.1016/j.dib.2020.105663⟩. ⟨hal-02950647⟩
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