SOME IMPORTANT AGROBIOLOGICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PROMISING GRAPEVINE GENOTYPES OBTAINED FOR RED WINE PRODUCTION

Authors

  • Zorica Rankovic Vasic Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade
  • Dragan Nikolic Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade
  • Aleksandar Petrovik Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade
  • Branislava Sivcev Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade
  • Neda Kostadinovik Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade
  • Nikolina Lisov Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade
  • Sasa Matijasevic Faculty of Agriculture, University of Belgrade

Abstract

This paper describes some important properties of five new grapevine genotypes (8533, 7912, 15212, 13283 and 14558) created for red wine production. Yield, mechanical properties of bunch and berry, and quality properties of grapes were analyzed. Genotype 7912 had a high yield (2.75 kg vine-1). The high contents of anthocyanins in grape berry skin were found in the genotypes 8533, 13283 and 15212 (10.65; 10.36; 10.07 mg/sample). Quality of grape of examined genotypes were determined to be high under the agroecological conditions of Belgrade grape growing region in Serbia. Genotype 13283 appeared to be the most promising for yield and grape quality. All the investigated genotypes have been proposed to the Committee on new varieties in Serbia.

Published

2017-01-22

Issue

Section

Working Group 1: Plant Cultivation and Animal Growing Technologies