UC IPM - Grape Management
Includes yearly management in vineyard as well as common pests and
Justin Tanner, Viticulture Advisor
Along the Grapevine Newsletter
|66th Annual Lodi Grape Day|
Grape pests and diseases cause significant economic losses to California’s wine, raisin and table grape vineyards annually. Grape growers rely on University of California researchers and others for information that allows them to make sound...
It’s that time of year again when hot weather fuels the creation of ozone, or smog. Some pesticides emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that contribute to ozone formation. Using pesticides that release VOCs may be restricted in certain...
Low temperatures experienced during the winter do not usually damage dormant grapevines in the San Joaquin Valley. However, succulent green shoots are much more sensitive to low temperatures, so spring frost damage is serious concern. Damage from spring...