1- June: pea-sized berries.

2- Phytosanitary treatments

If necessary, the phytosanitary and foliar treatments should be continued before the bunch closure.

Monitoring and control of diseases and pests .

3- Young plantations

Continue with the formation of young vineyards .

4- Work on the ground

Mow green covers , if used and if they have not been cut in the previous month, to avoid competition for water.

Control weeds in both street and between strains.

5- Irrigation

Start with the irrigations if they are necessary.

Monitoring of soil moisture and irrigation according to the selected strategy.

Inspection of the vineyard with the winery technician and assessment of the techniques used.

6- Vegetation management

End the green pruning of the later varieties.

Reduction of production through the elimination of bunches, if necessary .

Trimmings if necessary.

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