Il Remote Sensing per l'individuazione delle Zone di Gestione nei vigneti


  • Elisabetta Mattioli Agricolus srl
  • Sara Antognelli Agricolus srl
  • Antonio Natale Agricolus srl
  • Velia Sartoretti Agricolus srl

Parole chiave:

remote sensing, vigneto, precision farming, agricolus


Spatial variability inside a vineyard has been always difficult to be measured in order to valorize the enological potential of the grapes. Remote Sensing is a technique that can be used for improving wine quality through the identification of Management Zones in the fields and the consequent differential grape harvest. The technique is based on the use of Vigor Vegetation Indices, that allow to identify the variations of the grape

growth and the composition of the grape in the vineyard, and the changes that happen over time. Agricolus software provides these features and it has been used successfully in some vineyards in the center of Italy.






Riferimenti bibliografici

Arnó, J., Rosell, J.R., Blanco, R., Ramos, M.C., Martà­nez-Casasnovas, J.A. (2011) Spatial variability in grape yield and quality influenced by soil and crop nutrition characteristics.

Viña, A., Gitelson, A.A., Nguy-Robertson, A.L., Yi Peng. (2011) Comparison of different vegetation indices for the remote assessment of green leaf area index of crops.

Clevers, J.G.P.W., Gitelson, A.A. (2013) Remote estimation of crop and grass chlorophyll and nitrogen content using red-edge bands on Sentinel-2 and -3.

Ji, L., Zhang, L., Wylie, B.K., Rover, J.A., (2010) On the terminology of the spectral vegetation index (NIR – SWIR)/(NIR + SWIR), International Journal of Remote Sensing.




Come citare

Mattioli, E., Antognelli, S., Natale, A., & Sartoretti, V. (2018). Il Remote Sensing per l’individuazione delle Zone di Gestione nei vigneti. GEOmedia, 21(5). Recuperato da