Southern Oregon Viticulture and Enology

Special Event, Dec. 12
RECOGNIZING AND EVALUATING COMMON WINE FAULTS

9AM-3PM
$125
(includes lunch)
REGISTER ON LINE (Register by Dec. 5)
Location: OSU So. Oregon Research and Extension Center, 569 Hanley Rd. Central Point

THE VITICULTURE PROGRAM
Viticulture is a developing 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.  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.

The Program aims to achieve this objective by:

  • Collaborative relationships with vineyard managers.
  • Commercial grower inquiries. Contact the Viticulture Advisor with any inquiry concerning vineyard establishment and management. 
  • Information and technology conducted by OSU scientists around the state.
  • Educational outreach is achieved through class programs and one-on-one consultations.  
  • Rogue Valley Winegrowers Association resource and contact.

 


 

Presentations:
POST-HARVEST CARE OF GRAPEVINES
Oct. 28, Tuesday
2-3 pm in the SOREC Library

Considerations in Post-Harvest Nutrient Management
Patty Skinkis, Viticulture Extension Specialist, OSU

This seminar will cover information on late season nutrient management and considerations in maintaining vine productivity into next season. Patty will share information on how yield management may impact vine nutrient status, fruitfulness, and long-term vine productivity from her crop load research and other research on this subject.

Irrigation Management for Post-Harvest Care Vinay Pagay, Assistant Professor, Regional Viticulturalist for Southern Oregon
Focusing primarily on irrigation management post-harvest, appropriate irrigation levels and vine and soil water status at this time, as well as physiological consequences of not having adequate water late in the season on next year’s vine growth and productivity.

Viticulture Newsletter: From the Grapevine, Summer 2014

From The Grapevine, Spring 2014  

 


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