UC Davis Wine Grape Irrigation Short Course
May 22-23, 2019
Springhill Suites Napa, CA
Oakville Experiment Station, Oakville CA
Plan to join us for this integrated vineyard irrigation management Short Course featuring UC faculty, Cooperative Extension specialists and farm advisers, and USDA researchers who will provide an in-depth, comprehensive study of all phases of grapevine irrigation design, implementation, automation, physiological effects and resulting wine composition.
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.
REGISTER TO LEARN MORE ABOUT
- Soil-plant-water relations of grapevine
- Soil physical and chemical assessment for vineyards
- Grapevine water requirements for optimal yield/quality
- Design and management of irrigation systems
- Climate change mitigation using irrigation
- Irrigation scheduling methods using ET, Surface Renewal, Soil-based methods
- Ground water re-charge
- Irrigation strategies using variable rate irrigation and automation
- Ten (10) vineyard demonstrations at the Oakville Experiment Station
REGISTRATION $695 includes
- Two full days of instruction with hands on demonstrations in the vineyard
- Electronic binder of all presentations
- CCA credits (pending approval)
- Breakfast, lunch, and refreshments all days of the course
REGISTRATION is NOW OPEN
SEATS are LIMITED Please Register Early