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.
Strategies can help your vines adapt to increasing temperatures.
Five grower groups send letters to representatives in Washington requesting inclusion of vineyards in disaster assistance funding.
Foil sachets from Koppert Biological Systems allow for predatory mite populations to build, survive environmental conditions including outdoor production.
Efficient Vineyard research team seeks to take data collected from different sensors and teach growers how to apply information to better manage variables in the vineyard.
Helmstar Plus SC is formulated with two modes of action to knock down diseases.
Growers are stinging from low prices and uncertain markets.
Nearly $6 million in USDA grants going to research projects aiming to defend specialty crops from deadly pests and diseases.
Unique variety can withstand cold temperatures and is resistant to downy and powdery mildew.