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Fungicide Resistance Management Begins With Proactive Planning and Good Scouting

– SPONSORED CONTENT – An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. While that old proverb could be prophetic when it comes to many things, it should be taken to heart by vineyard growers in their efforts to preserve viable fungicides and keep them from becoming resistant. Long before the growing season begins, growers should be proactive and …

Identifying, Mitigating and Preventing Fungicide Resistance

– SPONSORED CONTENT – Until new fungicide products with new modes of action become registered and commercialized, maintaining the efficacy of current fungicides takes a concerted effort from all high-value crop growers, professional crop advisors and consultants. You have, no doubt, heard the saying that one bad apple spoils the whole bunch. When it comes to the development of fungicide …

Protecting Your Vineyard From the Threat of Fungicide Resistance

– SPONSORED CONTENT – Every grape grower understands the challenge of controlling fungal diseases. Although fungicide applications are the most effective strategy for disease management, the rise of fungicide resistance poses a significant threat to efficacy. Growers are often unaware they have a fungicide resistance issue until devastating diseases like botrytis bunch rot and powdery mildew have caused substantial and …

You May Be Able to Buy a Vineyard, and You Didn’t Know It

– SPONSORED CONTENT – For many winery owners and managers, purchasing a vineyard seems like an unattainable goal. But I have good news for you – you may be able to buy a vineyard, and you didn’t know it. This article will discuss how experienced winery and vineyard owners and managers can grow and expand your vineyard holdings with responsible …

Growers No Longer Need Compromises with Fumigation and Nematicides with GroPro’s Vigilance

– SPONSORED CONTENT – Worldwide growers face severe issues with the allocation of fumigants, reduced control from conventional nematicides, or bio and conventional-based nematicides that provide suppression or just don’t work. The damage done by nematodes to crops is devasting, leading to reduced uptake of nutrients, lower yields, or slower growth. The losses from nematodes exceed 10 billion USD annually. …

GroPro Appoints Benito Varela as Chief Operating Officer

GroPro Corp. announced that veteran agriculture industry executive Benito Varela joined the team as the new Chief Operating Officer on July 1. Varela has almost 30 years of experience in agribusiness, including 25 years at Dow Agrosciences. A driven executive with broad-based expertise in leading effective strategy, Benito has a strong background in biotech as well as international territory management, market …

Double the Power in Disease Prevention for Grapes

– SPONSORED CONTENT – Diseases in fruit are inevitable – from weather to environmental issues that arise, grape crops face a multitude of threats, but they don’t have to overtake your crops. Although disease pressure had been low over the past few years, proper prevention is ideal for when it will become a challenge again in the future. It’s important …

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

Monitoring Stem Water Potential in Grapevine (Case Study on Cabernet)

– SPONSORED CONTENT – Plant water status is a crucial aspect of quality grapevine growing. Precisely managing grapevine’s water stress during different stages in the growing season will result in grape optimal quality and quantity. Water stress level and timing determine grape’s aroma profile. It can also affect the amount of polyphenols in the grape skin and determine the wine’s aging …

American Vineyard March Issue

American Vineyard March Issue

Contents of the March Issue: The Year the Earth Stood Still Grape Crush Report Reflects Difficult Year Grape Growers Adapt with Pandemic Could There Be a Silver Lining? Rick Stark Retires from Sun-Maid A Gracious Farewell from the Raisin Industry The American Grapevine Grape Industry News Briefs California Oregon Washington

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