The use of vine training systems in viticulture is aimed primarily to assist in canopy management with finding the balance in enough foliage to facilitate photosynthesis without excessive shading that could impede grape ripening or promote grape diseases. Additional benefits of utilizing particular training systems could be to control potential yields and to facilitate mechanization of certain vineyard tasks such as pruning, irrigation, applying pesticide or fertilizing sprays as well as harvesting the grapes.In deciding on what type of vine training system to use, growers will also consider the climate conditions of the vineyard where the amount of sunlight, humidity and wind could have a large impact on the exact benefits the training system offers.
A cassone or marriage chest is a rich and showy Italian type of chest, which may be inlaid or carved, prepared with gesso ground then painted and gilded. Pastiglia was decoration in low relief carved or moulded in gesso, and was very widely used.
Mark Casson, is a British economist and academic. He is a professor of economics at the University of Reading in England.
Elizabeth Casson was a British doctor and an occupational therapy pioneer. Initially training as a secretary, Casson began studying medicine at the University of Bristol when she was 32.
Michael Casson OBE born in London, was an English studio potter, referred to as "respected and charismatic".He studied art and woodwork at Shoreditch College, and ceramics at Hornsey College of Art., and was one of the founding potters of the Craft Potters Association, a co-operative that acquired a shop and gallery in central London in 1958.In 1976, Casson devised and presented "The Craft of the Potter" for the BBC a series that involved practical demonstrations and discussion about the craft of the potter.
Cassoneca is a village located in Calomboloca commune, the municipality of Ícolo e Bengo, Luanda Province in Angola.
Andrea Cassone was the Roman Catholic archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Rossano-Cariati, Italy. Ordained on December 22, 1951, Cassone was named archbishop on March 26, 1992, and was consecrated on May 9, 1992.
Cassone della Torre , also called Mosca (died 20 August 1318) was an Italian medieval condottiero and feudal lord. A member of the Torriani family, he was Archbishop of Milan from 1308 to 1316 and patriarch of Aquileia from 1317 to 1318.
The Cassone M.'s Tennis team activities page. Related with social media posts of Cassone M.'s games and scheduled events. Match records planned for future dates as well as home and away matches. Plan a trip and experience the excitement of the match on the spot!