Below is a comprehensive list of our OSU Extension resources. The OSU Extension catalog is the source for current, peer-reviewed, research-based learning materials published by OSU Extension. It is an active and growing resource, with learning materials in a variety of media for use in a variety of outreach and engagement activities and programs.

Effect of hot water dips on eradication of grape phylloxera from nursery stock

The easiest way to introduce phylloxera to a site is by infested plant material.

Preventing herbicide drift in vineyards

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.

Attracting birds of prey for rodent control

Rodents are an increasing problem in fields and pastures. Birds of prey play a vital part in integrated pest management of rodent pests.

Soil acidity in Oregon: Understanding and using concepts for crop production

This guide provides information on how to manage soil pH for general agricultural production.

Soil test interpretation guide

This guide provides information on how to interpret results from your soil sample analysis.

Monitoring grapevine nutrition

This article provides information on how to collect tissue samples for determining and monitoring vineyard nutrient status and identifying whether you have a deficiency.

Grapevine nutrition module

An online tutorial that will teach you about the nutitional needs of growing vines and how to identify deficiencies.

Grapevine growth distortions: A guide to identifying symptoms

Many factors can cause distorted growth in grapevines. This guide illustrates the major causes and includes a flowchart to help you narrow down the cause.

Grape rust mite

Grape rust mite (Calepitrimerus vitis Nalepa), an Eriophyid mite species, is known to be problematic in some grape-growing regions of the Pacific Northwest.

Pest management guide for wine grapes

This guide is updated annually by OSU Extension faculty and provides recommendations to prevent, manage, and control vineyard insects and diseases.

Scouting for grape powdery mildew

Powdery mildew (Erysiphe necator) is a microscopic fungus that can threaten your business and get ahead of your vineyard management tactics before you even realize it is there.

The role of canopy management in vine balance

Canopy management is critical for successful winegrape production, and can be managed directly or indirectly through vineyard practices.

How to measure grapevine leaf area

Leaf area is a measure of canopy size and is one of the factors by which vine balance can be calculated.

How to measure dormant pruning weights of grapevines

Since pruning is necessary every year to maintain vine structure, size, and yield potential it is easy to gather these data while conducting normal management practices.

Understanding vine balance: An important concept in vineyard management

A new publication by Patty Skinkis and Amanda Vance discussing the various impacts of vine balance.

Weed management in vineyards. good, bad or ugly?

November 16th, 2011. Ed Peachey, Assistant Professor, Oregon State University, Department of Horticulture. Fall Term Seminar Series: October - November, 2011.

The spread and control of grapevine leafroll disease in South Africa

October 17, 2012. Gerhard Pietersen, Professor of Enology, Citrus Research International, Pretoria. Fall Term Seminar Series: October - November, 2012.

Soil mapping technologies

May 2nd, 2012. Andy Gallagher, Red Hills Soil. Spring Term Seminar Series: April - June 2012.

Grapevine trunk diseases: What do we know of them in Oregon?

January 30, 2013, 3:30 PM, ALS 012. Melodie Putnam, Director, Oregon State University Plant Clinic. Winter Term Seminar Series: January - March, 2013.