Successful bunch rot control is an integration of several methods, but fruit zone leaf removal, especially earlier in the season, can give your vines a leg up.
FDA announces common-sense decision to exercise discretion on enforcement of Produce Safety Rule on crops that may have a reduced presence of foodborne pathogens.
Research in commercial vineyards shows overthinning doesn’t impact wine quality and may be costing you higher returns.
Research team works nights to expose potential in novel crop protection method.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer announced the funding for the federal Grape Genetic Research Unit at Cornell AgriTech in Geneva, NY.
California growers are urged to take out aging, virus-infected vines, or any grapes for which there is no definitive market.
Spotted Lanternfly, SWD, Grape Splitting Among topics at this year’s B.E.V. NY.
Napa Valley’s terrain can be a challenge for vineyard spray coverage, but new uses of technology could help change that.
Request stems from three years of work to create a regional approach for grapevine virus certification to harmonize quarantines and regulatory programs for grapevine nursery stock certification in the Pacific Northwest.
It’s always a good idea to take stock of effective and ineffective crop protection measures made during a challenging growing season.
Viticulture and Research Extension Specialist Alice Wise honored for research on vine mealybugs, fruit scale, and leafroll virus.
Future of association publication is uncertain with staff on furlough.
ReLoad, a unique crop protection formula from Belchim USA for control of downy mildew plus other diseases, receives EPA registration.
Propagators are finding new ways to employ this technology.
Follow this guide to protect your vines against freezing temperatures and avoid potential shoot loss.
Growers shatter multiple five-year-old records, as international marketing program stays aggressive.
It’s important to weigh the pros and cons of mechanical and chemical suckering.