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American Society for Enology and Viticulture. P.O. Box 1855, Davis, CA 95616-1855
This booklet was prepared for a seminar held on April 30, 1991 in Napa Valley, California presented by the ASEV Technical Projects Committee (TPC). It provides a general introduction to rootstock use and selection.
Provides general information on vine selection for different climates, winemaking procedures and references of its own.
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Nitrogen in Grapes and Wine Rootstock Seminar: A Worldwide Perspective Small Fruit Culture (1991)
Contains the keynote and poster presentations of invited speakers at the International Symposium on Nitrogen in Grapes and Wine held on June 18 & 19, 1991 in Seattle, Washington.
Sunlight into Wine sets out the principles of canopy management to improve winegrape yield and quality. It brings together for the first time the findings of viticultural research and advances in commercial grapegrowing practice.
Magazines & Newsletters
Practical Winery & Vineyard
58-D Paul Drive, San Rafael, CA 94903-1534.
Vineyard & Winery Management
William Moffett, Box 231, 103 Third St., Watkins Glen, NY 14891-9989. Phone: (607) 535-7133, Fax (607) 535-2998.
Marvin R. Shanken, 387 Park Ave. South, New York, NY 10016. Phone: (212) 684-4224, Fax (212) 481-0722.
Wines & Vines
Philip E. Hiaring, 1800 Lincoln Ave., San Rafael, CA 94901-1298. Phone: (415) 453-9700, Fax (415) 453-2517.
Finger Lakes Vineyard Notes
Finger Lakes Grape Program, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853.
Vineyard & Vintage View
Department of Fruit Science, Southwest Missouri State University, Research Campus, Mountain Grove, MO 65711-9252.
Wherever grapevines are cultivated, this book will be welcome because it fills a long-standing need for a clear, concise treatment of modern viticulture. During the past fifty years, more progress has been made in the science and art of growing grapes for table use and raisin or wine production than in any previous century.
This booklet was prepared for seminars held on May 12, 1992 in Fresno, California and on May 19, 1992 in Napa Valley presented by the ASEV Technical Projects Committee (TPC). It provides a general overview of pest management with a discussion of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and organic farming.
How do you decide which pest management strategy is right for you? The variety of choices can be daunting: integrated pest management, sustainable, integrated crop management, organic, best management practices, biodynamics, or traditional, just to name a few.
This compendium of diseases and disorders of grape was compiled as a reference for growers, viticulturists, crop advisers, and extension specialists as well as practicing plant pathologists. It was written for those with limited training in viticulture and pathology but has sufficient detail to be useful to students and professionals alike.Each section was written by an active researcher or recognized expert on the subject.