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American Vineyard July Issue

Contents of the July Issue: A Lone Star Grape Growing Region Lost Oak Winery Illustrates Award-Winning Potential Vine Removal Technique Foils Grape Disease Spatial Roguing to Root Out Leafroll Infected Grapevines Managing Grapevines During a Heat Spike Growers Have Options for Preparation The American Grapevine Grape Industry News Briefs California Georgia Michigan Minnesota Missouri New York Oregon Texas Washington

MSU Extension Michigan Grape Crop Update

Vine Growth In the southwest, Concord, Niagara, Geisenheim 318, and Seyval blanc are now blooming. Other hybrid wine grapes are close to bloom. Many vinifera are a week or more away, especially with the cooler week coming up. In northern Michigan, clusters are beginning to expand on most vinifera cultivars. Shoot length is either in the 4-8 inch range for …

American Vineyard June Issue


Contents of the June Issue: Protecting Against Smoke Taint Rejections Multi-Faceted Problem Brings No Silver Bullet Solution All About Raisin Interest in 2022 Raisin Insurance Coverage Options & Deadlines Mechanization & Precision Viticulture Opportunities for Michigan Wine & Juice Grape Vineyards The American Grapevine Grape Industry News Briefs California Maryland Michigan Minnesota Missouri New York Oregon Virginia Washington

2021 Ohio Grape Production and Pricing Survey

The Ohio State University Viticulture Extension Team in collaboration with the Ohio Grapes Industries Committee is conducting a state-wide survey of grape production and prices to better understand the distribution, harvest yield, and price of Ohio-grown grape cultivars from the 2021 season. This year’s survey includes additional categories for both juice and bulk wine pricing if fruit was sold as …

Growing Cold Climate Grapes Online Course

The Minnesota grape and wine industry is expanding and contributes to over $80M in economic activity, and Minnesota grape growers have expressed a need for more introductory and continuing education for best sustainable viticultural practices. With funding and support from the North Central Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (NCR-SARE), a collaboration between the University of Minnesota’s Extension and the Grape …

American Vineyard May Issue


Contents of the May Issue: Five Bucks & A Desire for a Better Life Hardworking Raisin Growers Inspire Next Generation Changes in Leadership at the RBA The Rocky Road Continues with Hope for a Bright Future The Economics of Grape-Growing in Maryland Crunching the Numbers at the Maryland Grape Growers Conference The American Grapevine Grape Industry News Briefs California New …

Arnulfo Solorio Of Silverado Farming Company Recognized As Napa Valley Grower Of The Year

Arnulfo Solorio has been named the 2022 Napa Valley Grower of the Year. Solorio (“Nufo”) is a Partner and Vice President of Operations at Silverado Farming Company, where he has served in leadership roles since 2002. Nufo served three 3-year terms on the Napa Valley Grapegrowers Board of Directors, as the first Hispanic person to serve in that capacity. His …

Early Season Phomopsis and Anthracnose Management in Virginia Vineyards

Phomopsis symptoms: One of the diseases you need to consider soon after bud break is Phomopsis cane and leaf spot. It causes minor leaf spots, which are more evident to our eyes, but necrotic lesions cause more critical damage on shoots and rachis. It also causes berry rot; however, it is not common with wine grapes because of our spray …

American Vineyard April Issue

Contents of the April Issue: Sustainability From the Ground Up Columbine Vineyards Achieves Sustainability Certification Solbrio: The New Table Grape on the Block A Promising Black Seedless Variety for California Growers Mapping Red Blotch & Leafroll Viruses New Project with Smart Technology Makes Possible The American Grapevine Grape Industry News Briefs California Florida Montana Oregon Pennsylvania Texas Virginia Washington

Higher Commercial Insurance Coverage Limits Approved Under CA FAIR Plan

Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara approved increases in the limits of coverage to the California FAIR Plan Association’s (FAIR Plan) commercial programs that are offered to businesses, no later than May 1, 2022. This action by Commissioner Lara allows those businesses unable to secure insurance coverage in the normal insurance market with access to insurance they need to operate and continue …

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