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Dr. Edward Taylor, a rural economist from UC-Davis presented a seminar about agricultural labor dynamics between Mexico and the U.S.
This guide provides information about herbicide damage in vineyards with focus on those herbicides that cause the most damage, symptoms to look for, and ways to prevent damage.
Distribution and monitoring of grape mealybug: A key vector of grapevine leaf roll disease in Oregon
The grape mealybug, Pseudococcus maritimus, spreads the viruses that cause grapevine leaf roll disease.
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A toast to research and industry
This fall has been full of challenges for grape growers in Oregon, and the past week of cold winter-like weather is making for an interesting close to this season.
“Was it challenging? Yes,” said Oregon State University professor Patty Skinkis, a viticulture specialist who conducts research in conjunction with the state’s growers. (Capital Press)