Grape Notes Blog
Irrigation frequency and volume One fundamental decision that a grower needs to make is how frequently to irrigate a vineyard; either applying small amounts of water frequently, or larger amounts of water less frequently. This choice determines how...
Numerous vineyards throughout this region and elsewhere in California have displayed unusual leaf symptoms this spring, consisting of yellowing and/or bronzing of the leaf blades along with necrotic margins in some cases or even necrotic interveinal...
Funding levels for UCCE have been declining gradually for decades, resulting in decreasing numbers of Advisor positions. The recent and near future retirements of Advisors serving San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara Counties has led our office to...
The recently published edition of California Agriculture is devoted entirely to the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) and how this important legislation is being addressed in many agricultural regions of the...
The 2017 season had very challenging Grape Powdery Mildew conditions at many vineyards on the Central Coast. Crop losses of 80% or greater were observed at some of the most heavily impacted sites. The wet and overcast conditions in the spring were a...
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