Reasoned agriculture

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Reasoned agriculture appeared in the early 1990s and was officially recognised in 2002.
The reasoned fight opposes classic chemical treatments preferring to adapt to the specific situation, thereby minimising treatments.
As a halfway point between traditional and organic production methods, it uses agropharmaceuticals but not excessively.
It is defined as economically feasible wine growing that respects the environment.
The saving in vine treatments revolves around meteorological observation.
The weather, wind, heat and humidity condition the presence of pests or fungus. By anticipating any risks of disease or attacks by pests, we can look for the right treatment.
It goes without saying that we would not spray ten times a year if five treatments were sufficient, as long as this is done at the right time.
In the reasoned fight, we pay particular attention not only to the choice of the products used but also to the timing of applications.
Advantages can be seen in the grape quality and by taking into account current consumer expectations regarding food and environmental safety.

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