Resources for Grapes & Wine
|Pest Management Guide: Field Crops, 2018||Mar 1, 2018||456-016 (ENTO-239P)|
|Pest Management Guide: Horticultural and Forest Crops, 2018||Mar 21, 2018||456-017 (ENTO-240P)|
|Exporting Wine to the United Kingdown: A Guide for Virginia Wineries||Nov 8, 2012||AAEC-12P|
|A Comparative Analysis Between Virginia’s and North Carolina’s Wine Industries||Feb 1, 2012||AAEC-29P|
|Vineyard Financial Calculator||
The Vineyard Financial Calculator is an educational tool that is useful for comparing the financial performance of different vineyard operational scenarios. This tool's intended user is an individual or organization exploring the financial requirements of vineyard establishment and operation in Virginia. The tool was designed to forecast the approximate pretax annual cash inflows and outflows of a vineyard − information required to build a business prospectus. Users can modify certain input variables, such as vineyard size and labor costs, as well as outputs, such as crop level, to tailor the projections to personal expectations. The VFC is only a predictive tool; actual results could vary from those predicted due to site conditions, variances in costs, or unanticipated gains or losses.
|Mar 7, 2017||AREC-188NP|
|North American Grapevine Yellows Disease: Current Knowledge and Management Recommendations for Wine Growers||
North American grapevine yellows (NAGY) is a lethal, insect-transmitted disease of grapevines caused by phytoplasmas (cell wall-less bacteria). North American grapevine yellows occurs throughout the Mid-Atlantic region of the U.S., but it is particularly prevalent in the Blue Ridge and Piedmont regions of Virginia, where it causes significant vine loss in susceptible Vitis vinifera varieties. This publication reviews what is known about NAGY, provides management options based on our current knowledge, and describes ongoing research needed to better understand this complex disease.
|Sep 18, 2013||AREC-48P|
|Grape Production Injuries and Prevention||
Grape acreage and production have been steadily increasing in the US. In 2010 there were approximately 23,000 farms with a total of 944,800 acres producing grapes. Ninety percent of these farms are smaller than 100 acres and about 16,000 of these were vineyards. California accounts for about 90% of the total production in the US. The next two largest grape producing states are Washington and New York and they produce approximately 6% and 2% respectively (NASS-USDA, 2014)
|Jun 30, 2015||BSE-186NP|
|Wine Making for the Home Gardener||
Wine making has increased in popularity as a hobby for home gardeners who have taken the science and craft beyond the grape vineyard to the bramble patch, vegetable garden, and flower garden. The American Homebrewers Association estimates that more than one million Americans brew beer or make wine at home at least once a year.
|Feb 4, 2016||HORT-213NP|