Articles of interest primarily to growers and vineyard managers, but also to winegrape buyers and other winery professionals.
“Every week we measure shoot lengths because you want to know how rapidly the grape vines are growing. You want to know when the growth starts to slow down. And you want to know when they come under water stress to make the decision on when to start irrigating. If you feel the sun leaves […]
In today’s highly competitive wine market, Lake County growers are using the latest water management technology to maximize grape quality and to keep their operations sustainable. “Our philosophy used to be: apply water until the grapes started to soften and we started to get color, and then we would more or less cut the water […]
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LCWC Community/Industry Relations Committee Meeting @ LCWC Office
Apr 12 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Agenda – LCWC Community-Industry Relations Committee, April 12, 2019
Over 80 growers, vineyard consultants and pest control...
Up Front with Lake County by Diane Denham / photos by...
Gaining Ground by Diane Denham / photos by Nathan...
Randy Krag (Beckstoffer Vineyards) discusses some of...
“One of the things that makes Lake County soils...