Southern Oregon Viticulture

Rapid Molecular Detection of Powdery Mildew in your Vineyard
Wednesday, April 16
1-4 PM

Presentation and hands-on demonstration of a new rapid molecular technique developed by Dr. Mahaffee’s lab to detect powdery mildew spores in your vineyard. This technique is valuable to know when to initiate sprays for PM. RSVP if you plan to attend this event. Location to be announced.
Presenters: Dr. Walt Mahaffee (USDA-ARS, Corvallis) and Lindsey Thiessen (Graduate student, OSU)

Viticulture Newsletter:

OSU Viticulture Program

The Viticulture Program is a relatively new and developing formal program at SOREC.  The priority mission of the program is to continually identify and respond to the technical and educational support needs of winegrape growers in Jackson, Josephine, and Douglas Counties.  The Program aims to achieve this objective by developing and maintaining collaborative relationships with individual vineyard operators and the Rogue Valley Winegrowers Association.  Commercial and backyard growers can contact the Viticulture Advisor with any inquiry concerning vineyard establishment and management.  The Program facilitates the transfer of information and technology resulting from the existing knowledge base and formal research conducted by OSU scientists in all portions of the state.  Educational outreach is achieved through class programs and one-on-one consultations.  As the program develops there will be opportunities to secure funding for demonstration and educational projects aimed to provide specific and broad support for the increasing number and diversity of grape growers in Southern Oregon.

Field Guide IMP (Integrated Pest Management) in Pacific Northwest VINEYARDS, PNW 644




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    Vinay Pagay, Area Viticulture Faculty 

    Southern Oregon Research & Extension Center

    569 Hanley Road

    Central Point, OR 97502

    541-776-7371 ext. 223       

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