Sidebar: Interest in organic winegrowing is increasing
Author AffiliationsG. McGourty is Winegrowing and Plant Science Advisor, UC Cooperative Extension, Mendocino and Lake counties.
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Sidebar: Pomace management reduces spread of vine mealybugs
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Vineyard floor management affects soil, plant nutrition, and grape yield and quality
Self-reseeding annual legumes evaluated as cover crops for untilled vineyards
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Vineyard nutrient needs vary with rootstocks and soils