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American Vineyard July Issue


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

Troon Vineyard Announces Regenerative Organic Certification

Troon Vineyard is proud to announce that they are the first farm and winery in Oregon to receive the newly launched Regenerative Organic Certification (R.O.C.). Purchased in 2017 by Texas natives Dr. Bryan and Denise White, and helmed by industry veteran Craig Camp, the trio set out to reinvigorate Troon by transforming the farm into a Demeter Biodynamic® Certified vineyard …

California Table Grape Growers Award Scholarships

California’s table grape growers recently awarded scholarships to seven students in grape growing regions of the state. All recipients will be attending California universities or community colleges. Four field worker scholarships were awarded: three for $25,000 for four years of university study and one for $14,500 for study at a combination of community college and university. Recipients may study any …

American Vineyard June Issue


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

Ohio Grape Production and Pricing Survey

Greetings Ohio grape growers: 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 2020 season. This year’s survey includes additional categories for both juice and bulk wine pricing if fruit …

American Vineyard May Issue


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

California Grape Acreage Subsides

The year 2020 could be characterized as a year of great loss, due to the pandemic, wildfires, and many other issues. The USDA also just reported a loss in total acreage for the number one grape growing state in the nation for the unprecedented year. California’s 2020 grape acreage totaled 895,000 acres, down 2.5% from 2019. Of the total grape acreage, 844,000 were bearing …

Early Season Michigan Vineyard Management

When a new growing season starts, it is critical to ensure grapes have the best possible growing conditions. Shoot thinning, early leaf removal, nutrient, pest and disease management and early season weed control are key targets during the early growing stages. Canopy management Early canopy management is one of several steps required to prepare the vines for good fruit production. …

American Vineyard April Issue

American Vineyard

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

Cross Resistance to Insecticides Develops in Fruit Flies in Missouri Vineyard

Almost two–years ago I reported on the development of fruit flies developing cross–resistance to three insecticides in New York state. Fruit flies developed cross–resistance in a New York vineyard after 3–years of use of Mustang Maxx to control fruit flies. Fruit flies were collected from this vineyard after it was noticed that Mustang Maxx had failed to control fruit flies. …

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