Enovitis in Campo 2012 - "coming back" in Romagna


Enovitis in Campo: a look from 2010Now in its eighth edition, Enovitis in Campo back on "his steps." After the 2000 edition, which took place at the farm Umberto Cesari in Castel S. Pietro (BO), and after touching various regions of northern and central Italy,  Enovitis in Campo 2012 will return again in the Romagna, hosted for this occasion by Condé winery, in Predappio, province of Forlì-Cesena.
There is a long waiting list for the next round, despite an unfavorable international economic situation, which is inserted as usual in the "vacant" year of Enovitis in Milan. Event has earned on the "field" the reputation of a single event can to draw the public from all over Italy and even from some foreign countries. Enovitis in Campo is now a "must" not to be missed for all those wishing to keep abreast of technologies for the vineyard.
Various equipments in Enovitis in CampoThis in light of several changes in the format of the event last year that already have been introduced and that, as inform the organizers, will be adequately improved and expanded in 2012.
In 2010, when the event took place in the province of Treviso (Veneto) at Ca 'Tron farm, were more than 140 participating companies, with a broad and comprehensive view of merchandise ranging from tractors to harvesting machines, equipment for the protection, soil processing and pruning, renewable energy for the plant materials from vine-nurseries to pesticides and fertilizers.
Condè winery will hosts Enovitis in Campo 2012And the visitors, despite the inclement weather, were more than 6,000 over the two days.The winery Condè, who will host Enovitis in Campo, is a reality recently established and rapidly established itself as one of the leading producers of Sangiovese, which is the only variety grown.It occupies about 90 hectars, all planted with vines, and is still affected by a complete renovation that will also become a beautiful old farmhouse.

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