Featured stories covering grapes in this issue.
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Study aims to help growers make juice grapes profitable.
Switching to organic in the vineyard
Welch’s grower shares costs and benefits involved with transitioning juice grapes.
IFTA B.C. tour: Crafty choices
How British Columbia’s apple industry looks to add value through cider.
IFTA B.C. tour: A taste of history
Okanagan growers share their deep roots during the International Fruit Tree Association summer tour.
Great Lakes Farm EXPO: Wide range of fruit sessions
Huge gathering of growers set for December in Michigan.
Fire blight control featured at 2018 WSTFA Annual Meeting
Growers to gather for December’s annual conference in Yakima, Washington.
Gilbert: What you can – and can’t – control
Deciding on a theme and topics for the WSTFA Annual Meeting.
‘Be on the lookout for weeds that do not die’
Growers in Canada watch for herbicide resistance as Ontario government issues memorandum warning.
Oregon’s Pinot profusion
Researcher works to determine if growers can increase yields without diminishing quality.
Rise of the machines: Are you ready to mechanize? – Video
Near-fully mechanized vineyards are leading the way to premium wine grapes.
Devyani Isabel Gupta, a young grower in Walla Walla, Washington
family background / Devyani, a past recipient of the Walter J. Clore Scholarship, obtained a degree in viticulture and enology from Walla Walla
Good to Know: Biocontrol for bunch rot
Native yeasts have potential to inhibit fungal disease in Washington vineyards.
Dininny: Good Fruit growing
With a new member on the staff, we’re ready and excited to hit the growing conferences this winter.
Lessons in doing the impossible
Sunnyside vineyard’s conversion to drip irrigation and mechanical pruning lead to lessons at Viticulture Day.