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Chilean Raisin Production & Exports Down

For MY2021/22, Post projects 59,000 MT of raisin production and 56,200 MT of exports. This will represent a one percent decrease in Chilean raisin production and exports. The decrease can be attributed to a reduction in table grape planted area as farmers switched to more profitable crops such as cherries, walnuts, avocado, and citrus. Raisin production in Chile relies almost …

American Vineyard August Issue

American Vineyard August Issue

Contents of the August Issue: When Smoke Gets in Your Wine New Smoke Taint Report Offers Guidance RBA Receiving Services More Options This Raisin Harvest Comparing Bird Management Tactics Dry Year Will Likely Draw More Birds to Vineyards The American Grapevine Grape Industry News Briefs California North Carolina Washington

Preparing to Harvest Raisins Under Smoky Skies: What Growers Need to Know

Most agricultural news coverage of the wildfire impact last year focused on the wine grape industry.  Though raisins don’t share the same concern for smoke taint as wine grapes, the lack of radiant sunlight due to smoky overcast skies had a significant effect on the sugar accumulation and natural drying process for much of Central Valley raisin crop last year. …

American Vineyard July Issue

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Contents of the July Issue: UV Treatment Could be “Game Changer” WAVEx Addresses Powdery Mildew Fungicide Resistance RBA Gathers Strength Post-Pandemic Raisin Growers Anticipate Better Year & Prices Protecting Vineyards with Drones The Modern Scarecrow The American Grapevine Grape Industry News Briefs California Georgia North Carolina Oregon Washington

California Raisin Outlook: Prices, Production & the RBA

Watch this brief interview with Dwayne Cardoza from the Raisin Bargaining Association as he shared some key insights on the current state of the California raisin industry at their recent annual meeting.  Read more about it in American Vineyard Magazine. Please thank this video’s sponsor Vmech for their industry support.

California Raisin Marketing Board Gets Shut Down

Just last month, a vote passed to shut down the California Raisin Marketing Board. But what of generic California raisin marketing and the iconic dancing raisins? Watch this brief interview with Dwayne Cardoza from the Raisin Bargaining Association and read more about it in American Vineyard Magazine. Please thank this video’s sponsor Vmech for their industry support.

American Vineyard June Issue

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Contents of the June Issue: US Wine Growers Take Lead on Sustainability Showcased in Virtual Vineyard Tours & Summit Panel A Palates-On Demonstration of Sustainability Wine Grape Seminar Attendees Get Augmented Opinions All About “Raisin” Interest! Risk Management for the 2021 Raisin Crop The American Grapevine Grape Industry News Briefs California Missouri Oregon Virginia Washington

American Vineyard May Issue

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Contents of the May Issue: Michigan Winery Invites Public into its Vineyards Innovative Ownership Offers Visitors Close Up Look Where There is Fire, There’s Usually Smoke What’s a Wine Grape Grower to Do? 17-Year Periodical Cicadas Emerging in May Be Prepared to Protect your Grapevines The American Grapevine Grape Industry News Briefs California Michigan Missouri Ohio Oregon Virginia Washington

American Vineyard April Issue

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Contents of the April Issue: Coping with Underground River Trinchero Team Uses All the Tools in the Toolbox Raisin Bargaining Association CEO Retires Kalem Barserian Helped Shape Raisin History Evaluating Your Irrigation System Performance Available Programs & Testing Methods The American Grapevine Grape Industry News Briefs California Missouri Minnesota Oregon Washington

National Raisin Co Vaccinates Essential Ag Employees, Continues Feeding the World

Whoever would have thought a raisin packing facility would be not only be receiving and shipping raisin product, but also turn into a drive-thru vaccination clinic?  It’s true, and National Raisin Company has already assisted in getting 1,000 essential ag workers vaccinated for COVID-19 — exactly one year from the start of the pandemic.  Watch this brief interview with LindaKay …

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