Vineyard

Bio Detection K9 trains dogs to detect, protect vineyards from viruses

Bio Detection K9 (BDK9) has announced its upcoming detection service for Leafroll and Red Blotch Virus in grapes. Of the 86 different viruses known to infect vineyards, Leafroll 3 and Red Blotch virus are among... more »

Vineyard advisor among University of California hiring moves

University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources has ramped up its hiring of scientists and staff to better serve California communities. The new hires bring expertise in nutrition, crop production, water management, agricultural land acquisition... more »

Webinar to share effects of mycorrhizal inoculants on vineyard growth

Washington wine grape growers are invited to learn about promising benefits from soil fungi that could lead to reduced need for vineyard fertilizers, improved vine growth and contribute to more sustainable growing practices during a... more »

Workshop set on building better spray programs for vineyards in Michigan

Are you a Michigan grape grower and want to feel more confident about fungicide spray program design? Join in March 23, from 1-5 p.m. for a virtual Fungicide Resistance Management Extension Workshop. Fungicide resistance to... more »

Dominus Estate’s organic, dry-farmed vineyards create harmony with the land

Organic farming is a natural extension of the long-held philosophy at Dominus Estate that vines produce more balanced and complex grapes when grown in harmony with the environment. The decision to transition to organic seemed... more »

Sonoma academy trains vineyard workers for leadership roles

Even after 25 years in farming, Jose Cervantes is not done learning. The operations supervisor at Cornerstone Certified Vineyards in Sonoma County's (California) Russian River Valley is one of 15 students in the inaugural Richard... more »

Vineyard owner Beneduce NJ’s 2022 Outstanding Young Farmer

Mike Beneduce Jr., a Hunterdon County vineyard and winery owner, has been chosen as New Jersey’s 2022 Outstanding Young Farmer by the New Jersey State Board of Agriculture. Beneduce and his wife, Corey, were also... more »

Naïo’s vineyard robot TED hits the US at CES 2022

Naïo Technologies, a French company specializing in autonomous agricultural robots, has just celebrated its 10th anniversary and 60,000 hours of operations under real conditions. The company is scaling up its development now. In January, its... more »

Fetzer Vineyards gets regenerative organic certification for winery, vineyards

Fetzer Vineyards, the largest winery in the U.S. certified as a B Corp and a leader in regenerative winegrowing, announced Dec. 13 it has achieved Regenerative Organic Certification (ROC) for all of its Mendocino County vineyard... more »

Troon Vineyard makes wine with minimalist approach

From the organically grown winegrapes to the sheep that graze in the vineyards after harvest, to winemaking in aged oak barrels and clay amphorae, there’s something different in the mix at Oregon’s Troon Vineyard. In... more »

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