Vineyard manager uses growing systems to control vigor of winegrape varieties.
An Italian viticulturist shares his thoughts about a California region, and what new varieties might thrive in their climate.
National viticulture symposium provides insights into estimating vineyard irrigation requirements.
Watching Michigan ‘‘Concord’’ grape growers struggle with stagnant and sometimes declining prices, a team of researchers at Michigan […]
A new subsurface irrigation system is showing promise for slashing water usage in vineyards. Many vineyards use drip […]
Agricultural officials confirm eradication of invasive pest, lift quarantine restrictions.
UF/IFAS scientists scour the best selections for health, taste, and smell.
John Dyson, who owns wineries in both Italy and the U.S., helps to provide endowed chair position in the Department of Plant Pathology at UC-Davis.
More townships added as small populations of the pest are found in municipalities adjacent to previously quarantined areas.
Residents need not worry about a small, unmanned helicopter flying over Washington vineyards this summer, as it’s fully approved by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Todd Newhouse, owner of Upland Vineyards, also serves as the board chair for the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers.
Getting out in your neighbor’s vineyard can help improve your own.
Credit allows wineries and cideries to reinvest savings in business.
The California Association of Winegrape Growers announces 2016 Awards of Excellence recipients.
It’s not just people who need to beat the ever-increasing California temperatures these days. Grape growers are finding […]
Although this past winter may be considered more mild, severe cold the two winters prior in the Midwest […]
Determining accurate estimates of grape crop yield is notoriously difficult, but new methods involving precision sensing technology could […]