Grapes

Grape industry changes seen in 1995

A Michigan State University (MSU) professor of horticulture had some predictions for the future of the grape industry that he shared in a 1995 presentation. Stan Howell said at the time that the Eastern United... more »

Cevya fungicide from BASF gets approval for use in California

California grape, tree fruit, pome and stone fruit growers can now use Cevya fungicide from BASF after it received registration from the state’s Department of Pesticide Regulation. Cevya fungicide delivers strong disease control against powdery... more »

Ohio Vineyard Soil Management webinar set for Nov. 17

Soils are the unsung hero of viticulture, providing the nutrition and water required to produce high quality fruit and healthy vegetation each year. However, its management is often one of the most misunderstood aspects of... more »

Researchers join $7.6M study on impact of smoke on grapes, wine

Washington State University researchers are part of a team of West Coast university collaborators that received a $7.6 million grant to study the impact of smoke exposure on grapes, a project that will provide critical... more »

New Viticulture and Enology Executive Leadership Board members at UC Davis

As the world’s top-ranked research institute for viticulture and enology, the University of California, Davis, is pleased to announce the newest members of its Executive Leadership Board for the department of Viticulture and Enology. The... more »

California Central Coast vineyard transitioning to organic production

The transition to organic winegrape growing can be seen as a high-risk process, and growers often wonder if positive results published by academic researchers will actually translate to their bottom lines once implemented in their... more »

Sun World promotes Melillo to vice president of grower support services

Sun World International LLC has appointed Michele Melillo to the new position of vice president of Grower Support Services. Melillo recently managed the company’s agronomic support activities. In his new leadership position, he will oversee... more »

Open burning window closing for California grape growers

With a deadline looming for the end of open burning of removed orchards or vineyards in the San Joaquin Valley, farmer Tom Murphy is contemplating his limited options. The problem, Murphy said, is the trellis... more »

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Weathered grower to lead Michigan hort group

Grape industry changes seen in 1995

NC Caneberry Field Day emphasizes crop strategy

Raising canes in Southeastern North Carolina

Mechanical, robotic innovations highlighted at blueberry event

Emerging technology, apple sessions highlight EXPO

National Council for Agricultural Employers column: Politicians must act for sustainability of ag labor

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