Learn MyEV: Developing Maps & Integrating Vineyard Data

Feb 28, 2024 10:00 am - 11:00 am PST

Free; pre-register in advance

Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made by Feb 7, 2024 to Patty Skinkis: [email protected] or 541-737-1411

Calling all Extension faculty, educators, crop consultants and growers!

This online training will provide basic “how to” steps to use the MyEV (My Efficient Vineyard) platform. MyEV is an open-access tool developed from the Efficient Vineyard Project and is used to integrate vineyard data into vineyard maps that can inform farm management decision-making. Participants should come prepared to learn how to build farm map(s) during the training, learn how to obtain spatial data from their farms or research plots, and how to upload and manage data in the platform. Examples will be provided by those who use the platform to visualize vineyard nutrition data and plant growth results. Please send questions for the speakers in advance by contacting Nataliya Shcherbatyuk ([email protected]). Be sure to register in advance to get webinar access. If you are interested in attending but cannot attend live, be sure to register and the webinar recording will be sent to you.


Nick Gunner, Owner & Software Developer, Orbitist

Nicholas is an independent software developer specializing in cloud-based mapping tools. He has worked closely with Cornell’s guidance to develop the myEV software platform that will be discussed in this webinar training.

Terry Bates, Senior Research Associate & Director, Cornell Lake Erie Research & Extension Lab, Cornell AgriTech

Dr. Terry Bates has been working on vineyard nutrition for decades in New York's juice and wine grape growing regions. He led the Efficient Vineyard Project, a federally funded research project in precision viticulture that led to the creation of MyEV. He works with precision viticulture research and its applications for grape growers through such applications as yield monitoring, crop load management, and variable rate fertilization.

Seminar Host:

Patty Skinkis, Professor & Viticulture Extension Specialist, Oregon State University

Dr. Patty Skinkis is a project co-director in the HiRes Vineyard Nutrition Project, where she is leading development of outreach and educational programs from the research developed by the team. She has been working with wine grape producers in Oregon for 17 years as the statewide Viticulture Extension specialist, conducting applied research, developing outreach, and teaching in courses in viticulture. She also is the host of the HiRes Vineyard Nutrition Podcast.

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