An initial observation shows the evident weaknesses of the plant. We then take samples indispensable for a complete analysis:
- Identification of diseases, parasites, deficiencies.
- Wood analyses: these generate a remarkably reliable history, whereby the risks of toxicity, or otherwise of deficiencies in the make-up of phloem-woody tissues are brought to light.
- Limb analysis: Next we carry out a determinant physiological analysis of the quality of the leaf structure and the richness of its photosynthesis.
- Leaf analysis: Mineral composition is a determinant stage in understanding the make-up of the leaf structure, photosynthesis potential, and chlorophyll performance. Supplementary analyses detect any parasites and fungal diseases.
- Berry analyses: These give us precise information on mineral components. As a supplement to limb analysis, they inform us as to the status of the fruit that differs from limb status at a time "T". They make it possible to anticipate anomalies in ripeness before they can be visibly detected.
Analyses of results.
Crosschecking with data from the Méthode Cousinié Reference System.
Summary with status assessment.