July 9 UVM Grape Canopy Management Workshop

By Terence Bradshaw

Summer canopy management is one of the most important tasks for producing high-quality winegrapes, especially in cool/cold regions where ripening can be impacted by low heat unit accumulation. The tasks taken to open and manage canopies aren’t necessarily intuitive, and are often overlooked by beginning fruit growers.

Join the UVM Fruit Program on Tuesday, July 9, 2019 for a hands-on workshop on managing canopies in cold-climate hybrid grape vineyards. The workshop will run 9 AM – Noon at Ellison Estate Vineyard 69 East Shore North Grand Isle, VT 05458 United States. There is no fee for this workshop, but please pre-register by completing this very short survey.

https://survey.uvm.edu/index.php/187557?lang=en

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