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Bodri Winery develops grape disease forecasting system

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Bodri Winery has developed a grape disease forecasting and decision support IT system in a HUF 343 million project, the company said, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

The project was financed from credit and a HUF 210 million European Union grant, the company said on Thursday.

The system uses simulation instruments to determine the weather conditions of grape infections and makes specific proposals, to help farmers implement a much more targeted disease control program. 

Bodri Winery had revenue of HUF 640 million in 2020, public records show.

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