Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Troshin Leonid Petrovich

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professor

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Kuban State Agrarian University
   

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22. INNOVATIONS OF WINE GROWING IN RUSSIA. 22. GARTERING AND GREEN OPERATIONS

abstract 0581004020 issue 58 pp. 302 – 323 28.04.2010 ru 2431
In this innovation section there are necessary agrotechnical receptions of care by the vineyard bushes, providing reception of high and qualitative crops of grapes. First of all, these are gartering of sleeves, fruit arrows, vegetating arms; operations with green bodies of a bush, fragmentation, extrapollination, stopping, girdling, stamping, etc., and also mechanization of care works
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ABOUT MEANING OF CLONE SELECTION METHOD OF GRAPES SELECTION METHOD OF GRAPES PRODUCED BY PROFESSOR A.S. MERGANIAN

abstract 0571003016 issue 57 pp. 273 – 296 30.03.2010 ru 2277
The leading place among different methods of clone selection of grapes takes the method of professor A.S. Merganian. This method is put the base of modern clone selection which provides a reliable results on practice.
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ABOUT THE APPEARANCE OF RESISTANCE TO POWDERY OIDIUM IN F1-POPULATIONS OF CRIMEAN INDIGENOUS GRAPE VARIETIES

abstract 1151601067 issue 115 pp. 1058 – 1073 27.01.2016 ru 425
Peculiarities of breeding oidium-resistant genotypes in crossing Crimea autochthonous grape varieties with complex interspecific hybrids were studied. Twentytwo populations consisting of 1323 seedlings were analyzed over a period of 2008-2014. The highest oidium resistance was registered in the progeny of the cross Khersonesskii х ЖС 26-205 (6.8 points), and the average estimate of oidium resistance across all the study populations was higher than that of the initial autochthonous grapes of the Crimea. The level of hypothetical heterosis in the majority of the study populations indicates that, on the whole, the hybrid seedlings possess a higher oidium resistance relative to the initial Crimea autochthonous grapes. The highest breeding value was associated with cross combinations having the complex interspecific hybrids Muscat JIM, Spartanets Magaracha and Magarach 31-77-10 in their pedigrees. The cross combination Muscat JIM х Shabash was the most efficient, yielding 10.7 per cent of oidium-resistant seedlings. It was reliably established that a high level of the genotypically determined inheritance of oidium resistance is found in crosses with the participation of the interspecific forms Magarach № 31-77-10 and Muscat JIM (female parents) and Spartanets Magaracha and Tsitronnyi Magaracha (male parents). The expediency of this direction of breeding research was proved
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ACADEMICIAN ERYOMIN GRADE - THE GRAPE WINE INNOVATION WITH THE PAINTED PULP OF BERRIES

abstract 0530909003 issue 53 pp. 22 – 39 30.11.2009 ru 2315
The grade of grapes "Academician Eryomin" is introduced in Greece by P.Zamanidi and L.Troshin in 2002 by crossing of Greek Trapsa grade with French Alikant Bush. Duration of production period is 146-155 days. Productivity is very high. The average weight of clusters is 230 gr. It differs by high winter hardiness, drought resistance and raised stability to mushroom illnesses in comparison with grades of Vitis vinifera. The flower is hermaphroditic. Grapes are average size, conic, average density. A berry of average size, roundish, blue-black color, with dense wax touch. A peel is tight. Pulp and juice are intensively painted, with the sort taste. Sugar content is high. Grapes are dried when overripen, concentration of sugars thus reaches 30 and more units. The grade is intended for manufacturing of intensively painted dry red wines of an excellent class, and also high-quality dessert and sweet wines; it is suitable for manufacturing of high-quality juices as well
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ACROPOLIS - NEWEST WINE WHITE BERRY AROMATIC GRAPE VARIETY

abstract 0971403011 issue 97 pp. 138 – 158 31.03.2014 ru 754
The newest aromatic wine white berry grape variety Acropolis was breeded by hybridization at the Athens Institute of Viticulture (Likovrisi, Greece) by professors P.Zamanidi and L.Troshinym in 2006 by crossing the Greek variety Kidonitsa with European Riesling. According to the morphological and physiological characteristics it is related to the eco-geographical group of Black Sea. Strong growth of shoots (2,1-3,0 m). Degree of ripening vines is very high: over the entire length, except for the top. Length of production period 146-155 days. High yield 25-30 t / ha. Average weight of cluster is 360 g. Characterized by high resistance to cold, drought and increased resistance to fungal diseases in comparison with common varieties of Vitis vinifera L. Flower is androgynous. Bunch is medium, conical, medium density. Berry is medium, spherical, greenish-yellow color with a thick waxy coating. Cuticle of medium thickness, dense, durable. Pulp and juice are with pronounced varietal type taste of Riesling. Sugar content is very high: up to 24% more. Bunches of variety Acropolis continuously stored in the bushes. Variety is intended for manufacturing dry white wines of excellent grade and high-quality sparkling wines, dessert and sweet wines, suitable for production of high quality aromatic juices
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AGAPI - NEWEST WINE WHITE BERRY AROMATIC GRAPE VARIETY

abstract 1001406019 issue 100 pp. 356 – 375 30.06.2014 ru 935
Newest aromatic white berry wine grape variety Agapi was breeded by hybridization at the Athens Institute of Viticulture (Likovrisi, Greece) by professors P.Zamanidi, L.Troshin and P.Radchevskiy in 2006 by crossing the Greek varieties Afiri white with central European variety Traminer pink. Strong growth of shoots (2,1-3,0 m). Level of ripening vines is very high: over the entire length except the top. Length of production period 146-155 days. Productivity is very high: 25-30 t / ha. Average weight of cluster 300 g. Characterized by a high resistance to cold, drought and increased resistance to fungal diseases compared to varieties of Vitis vinifera L. Flower is androgynous. Bunch is medium, conical, medium density. Berry is medium, short elliptical or spherical, greenish-yellow in color, with a thick waxy coating. Cuticle of medium thickness, dense, and durable. Pulp and juice are with pronounced varietal flavor, similar to the aroma of Traminer pink. The sugar content is very high, more than 24%. Clusters of Agapi variety regardless of autumn weather conditions persist for a long time in the bushes. Variety intended for the manufacturing dry white wines of excellent grade and high-quality sparkling wines, dessert and sweet wines; suitable for production of high quality fragrant juices
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AGRO-ECONOMICAL EVALUATION OF CRIMEAN INDIGENOUS GRAPE VARIETIES

abstract 1131509062 issue 113 pp. 841 – 854 30.11.2015 ru 478
The article presents the results of the studies of 11 varieties cultivated in the eastern region of South Coast wine-growing zone of Crimea (planting of "Solnechnaja Dolina ", near Sudak mountain) in the area of their natural growing, where was formed the gene pool of grapes for a long time. As a result, the three-year (2010-2012) study found that the majority of indigenous varieties had small number of fruitbearing shoots in the bush: the varieties with colored berry - 53,3-73,3%, in white-berry - 46,6-75,9% except Shabash variety - 79.9%. We have identified the most productive varieties which were Dzhevat kara (62.2 t / ha), Kokur Beliy (48.9 t / ha), Kapselsky Beliy (44.4 t / ha), and varieties with female type of flower: Kefesiya, Ekim kara, Kock pandas, Sary pandas and Crona gave not high yield: 22.2; 22.2; 24.4; 28.9 and 28.9 t / ha. On the strength of growth, productivity and the accumulation of sugars in the juice of berries, we picked out varieties of Dzhevat kara, Crona, Kapselsky beliy. According to the main economic indicators, it turned out that the most profitable varieties are Dzhevat Kara, Kokur beliy and Kapselsky beliy. Hence, these varieties in conditions of the Crimea have much greater prospect of reproduction and development of production
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AGROBIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SOME DON VARIETIES IN CONDITIONS OF THE ANAPA-TAMAN ZONE IN THE VITICULTURE OF THE KRASNODAR REGION

abstract 1101506101 issue 110 pp. 1532 – 1545 30.06.2015 ru 684
The article presents a study on agro-biological and technological indicators of Don indigenous wine grapes in the conditions of the Anapa-Taman area of the viticulture of the Krasnodar region. It was found that the introduced varieties are consistent with the conditions of the area and can be recommended for growing in production plantations in southern Russia. On ripening, the varieties are as follows: the early ripening varieties are Sibirkovy; a group of middle-ripening - Aligote, Plechistik, Varyushkin; to the medium-late - Bessergenevsky 10 and Krasnostop Anapsky. Highest yield was proved to for such grape varieties as Bessergenevsky 10 (150 kg / ha) and Varyushkin (140 kg / ha). Test grapes of Aligoté and Krasnostop Anapsky showed an average yield of 120 and 130 kg / ha, respectively, red and Sibirkovy Plechistik - 140 and 135 kg / ha. Comparing the current literature with the results, we noted the following notable differences: all the studied indigenous wine grapes in the conditions of the Anapa-Taman area of the Krasnodar region matured earlier, had higher productivity indexes and gave higher yields, than in the conditions of their homeland Rostov region
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AKVATOR INNOVATIONAL ECOLOGICALLY CLEAN TECHNOLOGY IN VITICULTURE

abstract 1031409001 issue 103 pp. 1 – 12 30.11.2014 ru 691
The article provides an overview of the results of the research of non-root treatment of bushes with activated water with the features of BAS. We have found that activated water, charged with the "Akvator" device through the BAS matrix has the property of impact on plant and the efficiency exceeds impact of BAS solutions themselves
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AMPELOGRAPHIC AND BREEDING RESEARCHES OF KUBAN STATE AGRARIAN UNIVERSITY

abstract 0811207039 issue 81 pp. 523 – 542 30.09.2012 ru 977
The report, presented by 18-20.09.2012 in Gaylvaylerhofe / Germany at the European meeting of Ampelography ECPGR in international cooperation of the COST project, provides the information about the collection, the study and the storage of wild grape vines, as well as indigenous and selected varieties in the National ampelographic collections of Russia, nowadays containing 3,220 specimens of 42 countries, 191 of which were oppressed with phylloxera. The modern zoned assortment of grapes in Russia (according to the State register of breeding achievements of the Russian Federation) with the most common areas of local and introduced varieties is examined. The summary of the impact of the clonal selection of the classic industrial engineering classes, conducted by the author’s original technique, as well as the achievements of combinative breeding of the actively breed resistant varieties is given. Moreover, their reproduction at the level of selected protoclones or elite breeding forms (candidate variety) was conducted with in vitro method
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