For more than 20 years, we have been fighting vine pests through sexual confusion, an alternative to chemical treatments.
Our soils are also ploughed to eliminate weeds that compete with the vine and hinder its good development, in a more ecological way.
Since last fall, our outdoor team, led by Laurent and Paul Bott, has stepped up its efforts to preserve our soil, biodiversity and environment.
The investment of equipment was necessary: tractor, plough, inter-winestock tool. This commits us to a human reorganization and a more focused work.
For biodiversity : Sexual confusion, planting of honey plants between rows and planting hedges
For the soil : Plowing between rows and under the cavaillon
For the environment : Foliar treatment with homeopathic dosage contact products and use of recovered rainwater