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.
Filler will take over beginning in January, replacing long-time President Jim Trezise.
Marc Fuchs receives the New York Wine & Grape Foundation 2016 Research Award for addressing and combating grapevine diseases.
VinSense LLC has received a grant from the National Science Foundation to fund expansion of a software program that helps growers make irrigation and other vineyard management decisions based on climate, weather, soil variation, and other factors.
Grape growers in Pennsylvania’s Lake Erie basin are being invited to participate in a new program called VinES (Vested In Environmental Sustainability). The goal of the program is to reduce pollution into Lake Erie while increasing growers’ profitability.
Mohammad Yaghmour recently joined UCCE as Orchard Systems Advisor for Kern and Kings counties. We caught up with him to find out what he’s most interested in researching further, and what he can bring to the table to help nut growers succeed.
We caught up with 2016 program participant Ethan Nicol to find out about his career goals, as well as his thoughts on some of the greatest challenges facing the almond industry.
This is the third year in a row with more than 110 million boxes of California table grapes shipped, and a record-breaking year in terms of crop value.
The relaunched Sonoma County Grape Growers Foundation will help connect agricultural workers with resources and support to improve their lives in the community.
The company cites limited water resources and other market factors for the almond removal.