Simonit&Sirch (https://simonitesirch.fr) has developed since many years, some methods for Cordon and Cane pruning allowing to respect the sap flow conduction by avoiding to induce wood/tissue necrosis at the arm and spur levels (spur for Cordon pruning).
We all know that a picture is worth a thousand words, so I invite you to have a look at the joined figures (1, 2 & 3).
Obvioulsy inappropriate/bad pruning is impacting on vine and vineyard sustainability.
A question which should be addressed is : what is the meaning of vine transpiration and vine water status measurements (pressure chamber, sap flow…), while conducting experimentation and research, on such vines which have an important part of dead wood/tisues in proportion to the remaining living tissues?
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