In the wake of the 2020 wildfires, the Oregon wine industry found it needed a facility to test for the effects of smoke on grapes and wine. Oregon State answered the call with a new laboratory to do the testing.
Learn the most effective techniques for controlling insects, weeds and disease on wine grapes in Oregon. This comprehensive publication for growers covers strategies for controlling powdery mildew, botrytis bunch rot and spider mites, in addition to resources for organic growers. Easy-to-read tables list pesticide application rates and timing.
National research team working on vineyard nutrition management
Oregon State University is one of several institutions involved in developing better mineral nutrient guidelines and monitoring methods for commercial vineyards and wineries. The High Resolution Vineyard Nutrient Management Project Team consists of 14 scientists from seven institutions from across the US, and includes national and international collaborators.
Learn about the High-Resolution Vineyard Nutrition Project from Director, Dr. Markus Keller, Professor of Viticulture at Washington State University. He describes how he became lead of the project and summarizes the challenges of ...
Southern Oregon wine grape growers might be able to cut their water usage by almost half because of a new study led by Oregon State University Extension Service that found wine grape water usage estimated by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation's AgriMet was 44% higher than necessary.
Oregon State University researchers and a team of West Coast university collaborators have received a $7.65 million grant to study the impact of smoke exposure on grapes, a project that will provide critical knowledge to grape ...
Oct 28, 2021 |
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