UC Davis and UC ANR Grapevine Short Course
UC Davis and UC ANR Grapevine Short Course
UC Davis and UC ANR Grapevine Short Course
University of California
UC Davis and UC ANR Grapevine Short Course

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Grapevine Production Short Course

February 12-15, 2019
Springhill Suites Napa, CA and Oakville Experimental Vineyard Oakville, CA 
UC Davis

Plan to join us for this integrated vineyard management short course featuring UC faculty, Cooperative Extension specialists and farm advisors, and USDA researchers who will provide an in-depth, comprehensive study of all phases of grapevine culture and production.


The program is based on the latest information and research and will cover the fundamental principles that form the basis for practical decisions and include Q&A for each session, quality time with instructors and networking opportunities.


Who should attend: New and experienced growers as well as other industry members interested in commercial grape production.

$1200 Registration Fee Includes

  • Four full days of instruction with hands on demonstrations in the vineyard
  • Transportation to Oakville Experiment Station
  • Electronic binder of all presentations
  • DPR (PCA) & CCA credits (pending approval) 
  • Breakfast, lunch, and refreshments all four days of the course

For more information see full agenda here

Click here for 2019 Short Course Agenda



Thank you for your tremendous interest 

in the Short Course

Register to learn more about:

  • Vineyard planning, design and development
  • Grapevine variety and rootstock selection
  • Evaluation and modification of water and soils
  • Grapevine training, pruning and canopy management
  • Physiology of the grapevine 
  • Irrigation scheduling
  • Proper use and maintenance of irrigation systems
  • Mineral nutrition and fertilization
  • Management of weeds and vertebrate pests
  • Integrated pest management of insects and diseases
  • Precision viticulture
  • Considerations for replanting vineyards
  • Quality & harvest concerns
  • Vineyard mechanization

   ...and more!

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