Elmibit, developers of eVineyard and eOrchard software solutions, was one of the companies that were selected by BlockIS first Open Call, a project which aims to support Blockchain-based innovation in Europe. We have participated to the Innovate stage of the
The most festive time of the year is just around the corner. Although this time of the year supposed to be a bit more relaxed to look back on past year accomplishments, that’s not the case for several wineries, as
Growth and development of grapevines are strongly influenced by the weather. While in the growing period, a certain amount of warmth needs to accumulate in order for grapes to ripen properly, during the winter, grapevine requires a certain amount of
Roots – the grapevine underground part of the plant, are multi-branched structures growing to various depths into the soil. Depending on the grape variety (rootstock), climate, and soil in which they grow, the grapevine root system differs in rooting pattern
eVineyard will participate on AGRA fair, the event will take place between 24.- 29. 8. 2019 in Gornja Radgona, Slovenia.
We are happy to announce that eVineyard will participate on 57th International fair of agriculture and food, known as AGRA.
In the past month, the hail has damaged vineyards in several winegrowing areas in Europe, and for this reason, we are sharing practical advice on how to protect vineyards from hail and how to manage grapevines after hail damage.
During the growing season, all green parts of the grapevine are susceptible to frost. Spring is a particularly delicate period for the vines, since spring frost often damages opening buds and young shoots, and hazards the crop load. Not all
Irrigation of vines is a necessary part of vineyard management in several wine growing regions around the world, where winegrowers completely or partly rely on irrigation water. With irrigation, winegrowers are manipulating vine growth and grape quantity and quality. Since
Having a vineyard and/or being a winegrower is rewarding, but also hard work at the same time. The truth is that being a vineyard manager is anything but simple since there are so many aspects that need to be taken