Cold-climate growers having luck with hybrid variety

Winegrape growers in northern states are proving it’s possible to win wine competitions with single-variety wines based on material other than vitis vinifera.

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Cold-climate growers having luck with hybrid variety

[caption id="attachment_18231" align="alignright" width="248"] North Arm Noir, a Marquette wine, won Best of Class in the dry red wines category at th... more »

Grape cultivars for disease resistance, sustainability event topic

Growing healthy grapes for producing-quality requires a lot of spraying in the vineyards and using large quantities of pesticides, fungicides and herb... more »

NRCS grants include $1.3 Million to study California soil health

Three groups with California ties will receive $1.3 million through the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) nationally-awarded Conserv... more »

2018 Michigan Wine Competition results announced

Twenty-nine wine experts from around the country gathered July 31 in East Lansing for the 41st annual Michigan Wine Competition. Fifty-five of the st... more »

Gubler, game-changing grape researcher, dies

Walter “Doug” Douglas Gubler, 72, passed away July 19 in Santa Clara, Utah. [caption id="" align="alignright" width="164"] Doug Gubler[/caption... more »

Sagebrush a home for good bugs that can save vineyards

Sagebrush is a protective home for good bugs that help fight harmful pests on grape vines, according to new research from Washington State University ... more »

Michigan agriculture grant goes to St. Julian Wine

During its regularly scheduled meeting July 18, the Michigan Commission of Agriculture and Rural Development voted to approve Food and Agriculture Inv... more »

South Georgia muscadine grape conference July 26 in Americus

With the end of summer drawing near, Georgia’s muscadine harvest season is right around the corner. While growers wait for their fruit to ripen, ... more »

North Georgia vineyard tour to show cultivation practices

Georgia’s wine industry has surged in size and popularity over the past decade, but this success didn’t happen overnight. This August, Universi... more »

Keeping up with grape canopy management

Early spring soil moisture and warm, dry conditions favor rapid grapevine development and reduced fruit and leaf disease pressure in northwest Michiga... more »

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