Some articles on vines, vine:
... The Romans first planted vines in the Terrasses du Larzac area ... the European Benedictine order lead the reintroduction of vines to the vast unoccupied hinterland in the area around Clermont l’Hérault and Lodève ... the Buèges valley, was accompanied by the growing of vines on terraces overlooking the Buèges valley and the production of wine made in the cellars of Benedictine priories founded by the Abbey of ...
... Vines were traditionally pruned to a goblet style, but modern viticultural practice and mechanical harvesting have encouraged more widespread use of single guyot and ... Vines are typically planted to a density average of 1,000 vines per acre (2,500 vines per hectare) ... cicadelle attacks, which makes the vines susceptible to the phytoplasmic grape disease Flavescence dorée ...
... Vines Center is an 8,085-seat multi-purpose arena ... In the fall of 2008 the Vines Center underwent a major renovation of all seating ... announced that the University plans to upgrade seating in the Vines center from 8,000 to 11,000 for athletic contests and 12,000 for convocations ...
... Mark Vines (born February 23, 1957 in Richmond, Virginia, United States) is an American former tennis player ... Vines reached a career-high singles ranking of World No ...
... Mabi forests are a particular kind of dense vine forest that grows on nutrient rich yet porous volcanic soils with annual rainfalls averaging between 1300 – 1600 mm and a severe seasonal dry around ... that it has mostly tall canopy trees, many vines and a dense shrub layer." "Key diagnostic features of Mabi forest are * Many trees with plank buttresses up to 45m tall * A well-develope ... Scattered large lianas and many slender vines * Large-sized individual epiphytic ferns * High presence of stinging bushes along edges and in large ...
Famous quotes containing the word vines:
“This wild night, gathering the washing as if it were flowers
animal vines twisting over the line and
slapping my face lightly, soundless merriment
in the gesticulations of shirtsleeves ...”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)
“The vines of her arms
didnt cling to the ends of his clothes,
or did she plant herself in the doorway,
hurl herself at his feet,
or utter the word Stay!
But as that fool began to go
at the time when it was dark with swarming clouds,
the slim girl blocked her lovers way
with only a rising river
made with her flood of tears.”
—Amaru (c. seventh century A.D.)