Tagged winegrapes

GrapesGrape Seed Color Not Helpful In Assessing Wine Tannins
November 17, 2015
Washington State University researchers debunk common myth. Read More
GrapesWashington Grape Growers Plan Annual Meeting
October 19, 2015
The Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers 2016 Annual Meeting, Convention, and Trade Show will be heldon February 9-11, 2016, held at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, WA. Read More
GrapesSulfur Spray Best Practices For Winegrapes
August 14, 2015
New research helps growers determine how close to harvest they can safely spray elemental sulfur. Read More
GrapesResearch Seeks To Find Better Grapevine Roots
August 14, 2015
Rootstocks have benefits, but research shows there’s no silver bullet. Read More
GrapesDrought’s Impact On California Winegrapes
July 30, 2015
The impact is minimal this year, but the future is uncertain if the drought continues. Read More
Western grapeleaf skeletonizer moths
GrapesNew Winegrape Pest Found In California
July 9, 2015
Western grapeleaf skeletonizer could mean nasty problems for Napa County growers. Read More
GrapesCalifornia’s Winegrowers Overwhelmingly Back Anti-Pest Measure
June 22, 2015
More than 80% of growers vote to continue Pierce’s disease/glassy-winged sharpshooter referendum. Read More
UF/IFAS developmental biologist Dennis Gray looks at the progress of grapevines in a vineyard.
Crop ProtectionResearcher Using ‘Precision Breeding’ To Create Disease-Resistant Winegrapes
May 20, 2015
Breakthrough would mean significant savings on pesticide and fungicide sprays. Read More
GrapesAssessing And Managing Grapevine Freeze Injury
April 28, 2015
After two consecutive brutal winters, growers in the Northeast and Midwest are working to salvage vines. Read More
GrapesNortheast And Midwest Grapevine Winter Injury Report
April 9, 2015
Temperatures dropped as low as -30° F in some areas, which has growers preparing for another rebuilding year. Read More
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BerriesLatina’s Election A Sign Of The Times [Opinion]
November 30, 2015
In electing a Hispanic woman to lead the California strawberry industry, growers strike a blow for common sense. Read More
NutsStaying Upbeat: Singing Ag’s Praises
November 30, 2015
Meet John Amarel, a GenNext fruit and nut grower who believes in spreading the good news about his profession. Read More
Cold ProtectionPortable Frost Control Gives Growers More Options
November 29, 2015
When it comes to frost control, heat often is a grower’s best defense. There are a lot of options to Read More
FruitsIt’s Time To Stand Up For Your Future [Opinion]
November 28, 2015
Growing up in a small town, I became very active in 4-H. I learned so much from Ohio State Extension, Read More
Apples & PearsDispute Over Meat Labeling Will Impact Bottom Line for …
November 28, 2015
New tariffs to roll out with Country of Origin labeling. The 2002 Farm Bill included mandatory Country of Origin Labeling Read More
Stone FruitIt’s Easy To Misdiagnose Bacterial Spot On Peache…
November 28, 2015
Here are some tips to discern the difference between bacterial spot disease and copper injury. Read More
Farm MarketingNew Retail-Focused Publication, American Farm Marketer,…
November 27, 2015
American Fruit Grower® and Western Fruit Grower®, along with its sister magazines, American Vegetable Grower® and Florida Grower®, are launching Read More
FruitsAdams County Nursery 2016 Variety Showcase [Slideshow]
November 27, 2015
Adams County Nursery, Inc., in Aspers, PA, offers a Honeycrisp strain that ripens three weeks before the original variety. Read More
FruitsHow To Figure Out The Replant Disease Puzzle
November 27, 2015
Replant disease is something all perennial crop growers will face — crop rotation is simply not possible, and prime land Read More
CitrusOrbis Introduces First Plastic, Reusable Corrugated Box…
November 26, 2015
  ORBIS Corporation, an international manufacturer of sustainable reusable packaging and a leader in supply chain optimization, has introduced PlastiCorr, Read More
BerriesTrailblazing Latina To Lead California Strawberry Commi…
November 26, 2015
Lorena Chavez and her family have long been involved with strawberry production, and she has plans for the commission moving forward. Read More
transgenic citrus trees on trial in Florida
Insect & Disease UpdateScientists Find Success Fighting Citrus Greening With G…
November 25, 2015
Multiple studies that include using a gene from a member of the mustard plant family are proving fruitful in not only resisting HLB, but also possibly black spot and canker. Read More
GrapesGrowers In A Challenging Environment Welcome On-Farm Tr…
November 25, 2015
The Mid-Atlantic is a new and difficult environment to grow winegrapes. Growers face the challenges of a humid environment and Read More
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Apples & PearsExperts Say Pacific Trade Pact Important To Pacific Nor…
November 25, 2015
Approval of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Could be a boon to fruit growers. Read More
Apples & PearsApples Off To Slow Start In September
November 24, 2015
Apple sales are down nationally this year compared to the same time last year according to Stemilt’s analysis of the Read More
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CitrusApple, Potato, Peach, And Grape Commodity Groups Urge C…
November 24, 2015
U.S. Apple Association, United Fresh Produce Association, Western Growers Association, National Peach Council, National Potato Council, and California Association of Read More
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Farm ManagementFDA Rejects Mandatory Genetic Engineering Labeling
November 24, 2015
Agency is issuing two guidances for manufacturers who wish to voluntarily label their products as containing ingredients from GE or non-GE sources. Read More
VegetablesInnovator Award Goes To Kalettes
November 24, 2015
Kalettes, a kale and brussels sprouts hybrid, combines traits of each parent vegetable. Read More
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