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October 12 issue of Veraison to Harvest available online

2018 Veraison to Harvest #7

Veraison to Harvest incorporates weekly fruit sampling from four regions of New York into one easy-to-read table informing growers and winemakers throughout New York of how the ripening season is progressing.

  • Regional updates
  • Fruit Composition Report
  • Mechanical and Hand Leaf Removal in Pinot Noir Reduced Incidence and Severity of Fruit Rots
  • Early Selections from Reisch Breeding Program Showing No Cluster Rots

Veraison to Harvest is a weekly electronic newsletter put out by viticulture and enology extension personnel from Lake Erie, Long Island, the Hudson Valley and the Finger Lakes. Each issue provides accurate and up-to-date regional data while giving a statewide perspective as well. V to H begins in early September and concludes in late October.

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Video: The Efficient Vineyard Project – Using spatial soil, canopy, and crop data for vineyard management

If you couldn’t catch Terry Bates October 11 Soil and Crop Sciences Section seminar  The Efficient Vineyard Project – Using spatial soil, canopy, and crop data for vineyard management, it’s available online.

October 5 issue of Veraison to Harvest available online

2018 Veraison to Harvest #6

Veraison to Harvest incorporates weekly fruit sampling from four regions of New York into one easy-to-read table informing growers and winemakers throughout New York of how the ripening season is progressing.

  • Regional updates
  • Fruit Composition Report
  • What Happens when you Defoliate or Defruit a Riesling Vine – A Year Later
  • Final Season at the NE1020 Coordinated Variety Trial Block

Veraison to Harvest is a weekly electronic newsletter put out by viticulture and enology extension personnel from Lake Erie, Long Island, the Hudson Valley and the Finger Lakes. Each issue provides accurate and up-to-date regional data while giving a statewide perspective as well. V to H begins in early September and concludes in late October.

View back issues.

September 28 issue of Veraison to Harvest available online

2018 Veraison to Harvest #5

Veraison to Harvest incorporates weekly fruit sampling from four regions of New York into one easy-to-read table informing growers and winemakers throughout New York of how the ripening season is progressing.

  • Regional updates
  • Fruit Composition Report
  • On-the-Fly Brix Monitoring at CLEREL
  • Lake Erie Concord Update
  • Sour Rot Stinks: Some Strategies for Managing Volatile Acidity
  • Resistance Management and Insecticides Targeting Drosophila and Sour Rot

Veraison to Harvest is a weekly electronic newsletter put out by viticulture and enology extension personnel from Lake Erie, Long Island, the Hudson Valley and the Finger Lakes. Each issue provides accurate and up-to-date regional data while giving a statewide perspective as well. V to H begins in early September and concludes in late October.

View back issues.

New grape, strawberry and raspberry varieties released

From the CALS News:

September 21 issue of Veraison to Harvest available online

2018 Veraison to Harvest #4

Veraison to Harvest incorporates weekly fruit sampling from four regions of New York into one easy-to-read table informing growers and winemakers throughout New York of how the ripening season is progressing.

  • Regional updates
  • Fruit Composition Report
  • Spotted Lanternfly: A Threat to the New York Grape and Wine Industry (Weigle)
  • Evaluating Yield Monitors (Bates)
  • Measuring Anthocyanins in Exposed and Shaded Fruit

Veraison to Harvest is a weekly electronic newsletter put out by viticulture and enology extension personnel from Lake Erie, Long Island, the Hudson Valley and the Finger Lakes. Each issue provides accurate and up-to-date regional data while giving a statewide perspective as well. V to H begins in early September and concludes in late October.

View back issues.

September 14 issue of Veraison to Harvest available online

2018 Veraison to Harvest #3

Veraison to Harvest incorporates weekly fruit sampling from four regions of New York into one easy-to-read table informing growers and winemakers throughout New York of how the ripening season is progressing.

  • Regional updates
  • Fruit Composition Report
  • How to Make Enemies and Confuse Delivery People:  The Wine Lab Moves Back
  • Lake Erie Concord Update
  • Cornell Releases New Seedless Grape Cultivar ‘Everest’

Veraison to Harvest is a weekly electronic newsletter put out by viticulture and enology extension personnel from Lake Erie, Long Island, the Hudson Valley and the Finger Lakes. Each issue provides accurate and up-to-date regional data while giving a statewide perspective as well. V to H begins in early September and concludes in late October.

View back issues.

September 7 issue of Veraison to Harvest available online

2018 Veraison to Harvest #2

Veraison to Harvest incorporates weekly fruit sampling from four regions of New York into one easy-to-read table informing growers and winemakers throughout New York of how the ripening season is progressing.

  • Regional updates
  • Fruit Composition Report
  • Sour Rot Reminders
  • Sept. 13 webinar: Winery Sustainability and Wastewater Management: Regulations and New Tools
  • Lake Erie Concord Update

Veraison to Harvest is a weekly electronic newsletter put out by viticulture and enology extension personnel from Lake Erie, Long Island, the Hudson Valley and the Finger Lakes. Each issue provides accurate and up-to-date regional data while giving a statewide perspective as well. V to H begins in early September and concludes in late October.

View back issues.

August 30 issue of Veraison to Harvest available online

2018 Veraison to Harvest #1

Veraison to Harvest incorporates weekly fruit sampling from four regions of New York into one easy-to-read table informing growers and winemakers throughout New York of how the ripening season is progressing.

  • Regional updates
  • Fruit composition report
  • Loose-Clustered Vignoles at Clerel

Veraison to Harvest is a weekly electronic newsletter put out by viticulture and enology extension personnel from Lake Erie, Long Island, the Hudson Valley and the Finger Lakes. Each issue provides accurate and up-to-date regional data while giving a statewide perspective as well. V to H begins in early September and concludes in late October.

View back issues.

May 2018 issue of Appellation Cornell

Appellation Cornell​​
News from Cornell’s Viticulture and Enology Program
May 2018

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