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The Truth About Grape Growing and Wine Making: Discover the Secret Art of Becoming a Grape and Wine Expert By Robert Taylor
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Hi, my name is Robert Taylor and I am an expert in grape growing and wine making I know how hard it is to growing your own vineyard There are a lot of misinformed people on the internet who claimed... More > they have the answer Well, they don't I am here to answer all your questions about growing your grape and making your own wine Inside you'll find: -how to start your own vineyard -what to consider when you choose your site -what to do before you even plant your grape -how to control weed, diseases and pests -the right way to manage your vineyard -the proper way to prune -the five basic steps to winemaking -what you must have for making wine -how to pick the right grapes for wine -and many more< Less
The Complete Guide of Starting Your Own Vineyard from Scratch: Build the Perfect Vineyard to Make the Perfect Wine By Daniel Steven
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Hi, my name is Daniel Steven and I am a proud owner of my own vineyard for years I've been wanting to grow my own vineyard for a long time At first, it wasn't easy, my grapes got bacteria and... More > fungi The soil wasn't great, too much water and so on Sure all there are many answers and solutions on the internet but some if not most of them are not credible So here I come to the rescue :) Inside you'll find" -why start a vineyard? -essential points about grape growing -the ideal soil -how to prepare, planting, maintaining, designing to harvesting your vineyard -checklist for the annual care of grape vineyards -organic farming and disease management -and many more< Less
Perolds Papers Vol I By A I Perold, Peter F May
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This volume contains the full unabridged text of seventeen previously long out of print articles written or co-written in English and Afrikaans by A I Perold between 1903 and 1923. Abraham Izak... More > Perold (1880 –1941) has a good claim to being the father of not only the modern South African wine industry but also those of brandy and table grapes Dr Perold wrote more than eighty pamphlets and articles published in English and Afrikaans between 1906 and 1940. These cover topics as varied as a history of grape growing and wine in South Africa, making brandy and grape syrup, laying out vineyards, manuring them, pruning vines, training farmers, the suitability of various rootstocks, yeasts and volatile acidity.< Less
A Treatise on Viticulture By A I Perold
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A I Perold (1880-1941) was South Africa's first Professor of Viticulture and Oenology. He dedicated himself to improving the quality of grapes for wine, brandy and the table. He studied wine and... More > brandy production in Europe, imported more than 60 varieties to the Cape and bred new ones. Perold said this book “is intended to serve both the student and the practical grape-grower. There are in it technical passages that will appeal more to the student, e.g. the chapters dealing with the biology of the vine, its external and internal morphology, the theory of grafting. My remarks on the practice of viticulture, such as those dealing with the propagation, manuring and pruning of the vine, the production of table grapes for export, will, it is hoped, assist the practical grape-grower as well as the student.” This is a newly typeset reprint, not a photocopy. Text has been aligned to match the original pagination so any external references to pages in the Treatise will be valid in this edition.< Less
A Treatise on Viticulture By A I Perold
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A I Perold (1880-1941) was South Africa's first Professor of Viticulture and Oenology. He dedicated himself to improving the quality of grapes for wine, brandy and the table. He studied wine and... More > brandy production in Europe, imported more than 60 varieties to the Cape and bred new ones. Perold said this book “is intended to serve both the student and the practical grape-grower. There are in it technical passages that will appeal more to the student, e.g. the chapters dealing with the biology of the vine, its external and internal morphology, the theory of grafting. My remarks on the practice of viticulture, such as those dealing with the propagation, manuring and pruning of the vine, the production of table grapes for export, will, it is hoped, assist the practical grape-grower as well as the student.” This is a newly typeset reprint, not a photocopy. Text has been aligned to match the original pagination so any external references to pages in the Treatise will be valid in this edition.< Less