Grape growers in eastern Washington who thought last year’s harvest was early could be in for another surprise. […]
Researchers are evaluating a wide range of alternative winegrape varieties for California’s San Joaquin Valley.
Methods to reduce labor dependency important for the future of grape production.
Vines continue to be pulled from the state’s interior, while planting is expected to increase along coast and in Delta area.
Scientists in eastern Washington are finding drought-tolerant alternatives to roses at the end of vineyard rows that not […]
The University of Minnesota has released a new cold-hardy grape that holds promise for winemakers wanting to make […]
Nat DiBuduo of Allied Grape Growers says reports may be misleading and there are more than 48,000 nonbearing acres coming into production.
More than $800,000 is up for grabs for those interested in expanding or adding new vineyards in Virginia. […]
Washington State University scientists believe they have discovered a sweet spot for irrigating white wine grapes. Dr. Markus […]
Grape growers should be on the lookout this fall for two pests that are popping up in vineyards […]
Researchers at the University of California, Davis (UC-Davis) have found the vector that seems to be spreading grapevine red […]
California Green Medal recognizes wineries and vineyards with a focus on sustainability.
Areas that don’t typically see many infections could be in for a surprise this year, thanks to a wetter spring. Here are some tips to keep these diseases at bay.
It’s no coincidence that more than half the full-time vineyard workers at McManis Family Vineyards have been with the company for 20-plus years.
UF/IFAS researchers are seeking to expand market, educate consumers.
Filler will take over beginning in January, replacing long-time President Jim Trezise.
New research shows wastewater could be a sustainable solution for irrigating vineyards.