The Vinitech show is back!
RDV from November 29th to December 1st in Bordeaux to discover our technology and our new monitoring services on the state of health of your vines in real time.
One year after the launch of our Hydroscore, which monitors the water status of your vines, two new services eagerly awaited by winegrowers will be launched !.
Come and discover them and discuss them with our team at the Vinitech Sifel show
Meet us at Hall 1 – Booth C3008
They are the ones who talk the best about it…
« Over the last decade, a dynamic of excellence has been led by the team of Pichon Comtesse and technical innovations have proven to be great tools in the service of this perpetual quest. We wanted to be less interventionist on the soil, while seeking more technological precision in the collection of data.
For more than 8 years, we have already been carefully monitoring the water status of our vines at Pichon Comtesse. The new technology offered by Vegetal Signals appealed to us because it makes it possible to increase the number of measurements and reduce the difficulty of this task for our teams.
In addition to other field observations, this tool is an aid for steering our strategies of cultural practices in the vineyard in order to better adapt to global warming”.
Céline Maussire, R&D coordinator, Château Pichon Longueville Comtesse de Lalande, Pauillac
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