To remain competitive, viticulture in Languedoc must adapt to the world market by producing wines that meet consumer expectations and a consistent quality from one year to the other.
This calls for a good grasp on water stress, which is increasingly difficult to achieve given the current climate trends. It requires to be able to manage the water resource at the landscape scale and the setting up of adapted water supply networks.
The DISP’EAU project aims to develop an innovative decision support tool to continuously monitor and quantify the water stress level at the plant scale and link it to the potential quality of the final product through a mechanistic modeling approach of the soil-vine-air continuum. This model approach will then be coupled to a diagnostic grid to link the water stress of the vine and the quality of the grapes.
Develop an innovative software tool for decision support tools for optimizing water resource trajectories that allows: