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Cover crops: planting or encouraging other crops to grow between the vine rows in spring, thus reducing erosion, improving soil structure, providing additional organic matter, and attracting beneficial insects.
Regulated deficit irrigation: restricting the application of irrigation water, limiting per vine water use to below that of a fully watered vine while still maintaining adequate crop yield.
Electrostatic crop spraying: inducing a static electric charge in each emitted drop, causing it to be attracted to the plant, which has a neutral charge. This allows to minimize the volume of applications in the vineyard.