If you are a commercial winery or a hobby winemaker looking to make wines from small amounts of fruit (1 ton or more), check the following resources online for fruit availability. If you are located in Oregon, check the ...
Dr. Marcelo Moretti, Assistant Professor of Weed Science in the Department of Horticulture at Oregon State University, provides a summary of research evaluating different implements for under-vine weed control in vineyards.
OSU's Oregon Wine Research Institute addresses industry's needs
Jun 2021 |
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New research team works nationally to develop better ways to understand vineyard health
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. The project facilitates work in four main areas of vineyard nutrition, including 1) plant nutrition/product quality, 2) precision viticulture, 3) sensors and engineering, and 4) outreach and social science. Learn more about this project and get connected with the project team for future reports of the research progress.
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