[nafex] Grapebreeders HomePage

Lawrence London lfljvenaura at gmail.com
Fri Mar 29 00:37:07 EDT 2019


Grapebreeders HomePage
http://www.ibiblio.org/grapebreeders/


*Soeren Larsen, Grapebreeders Website author Lon J. Rombough, Grapebreeders
mailing list founder *

These resources are no longer maintained. The mailing list at ibiblio and
at Google groups are locked up so there is no way to download those message
archives.
I am downloading the entire Grapebreders website now so as to have it in
case any Nafex people need it.

*Grapebreeders Home Page*



*Updated  9 - Apr  -2006          *         *Best view in 1280 x 1024*



*Welcome to Grapebreeders, the web site of the Grape Breeders discussion
forum.*
The Grape Breeders discussion list was started on ibiblio.com in 2002, as a
means for anyone interested in the breeding of grape varieties to contact
each other and exchange ideas. Members range from novices who want to learn
 how to breed grapes, to experienced private breeders as well as university
and other professional breeders. As the list grew, the members began to
contribute an amazing collection of resources, including breeding records
from private and university breeding programs, historical documents related
to grapes and grape breeding, their own personal breeding experiences, and
more. With so much material, it was apparent the group needed a website not
just to store the material, but to make it readily available as a resource.
After a couple of false starts, this website was started in December of
2005 and it is hoped it can be a repository of knowledge for anyone with an
interest in breeding wine, table, and juice grapes and creating new
varieties to extend the range and adaptibility of grape growing.

*The Grape Breeders discussion list *itself, while accessible only to
members, is open to anyone with a genuine interest in breeding new grapes.
To join the discussion list, go to
http://lists.ibiblio.org/mailman/listinfo/grapebreeders and follow the
instructions for signing up. You will have several options for receiving
mail. The default setting is to get letters from members as they are sent.
You can also set your subscription to "digest" to get letters in large
batches, or "no mail" and receive none, but be able to go to the website
and read and reply to mail there. There is no cost for joining, and lots of
benefits in sharing with an excellent group of grape breeders.


* Soeren Larsen, Grapebreeders Website author Lon J. Rombough,
Grapebreeders mailing list founder *



*Varieties info & Databases:*

Grape Variety List <http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Variety_link.htm>

Now 217 different Variety links, including the 4 new Varieties from
Geiweilerhoff.

European Vitis Database <http://www.genres.de/eccdb/vitis/>

Or press
<http://www.genres.de/CF/eccdb/vitis/_cfm/passdata_single_suche.cfm?Startzeile=1&Max_Zeilen=3949&spalten_name=species&spalten_value=Vitis%20Interspecific%20Crossing%20&id=3>
and 3949 Varieties is on your screen !! (Takes time !)

Vitis International Variety Catelogue
<http://www.genres.de/idb/vitis/vitis.htm>

15.992 prime names !!!

List of principal vine varieties and synonymous
<http://news.reseau-concept.net/images/oiv/Client/Liste_Cepage_synonymes_OIV_12-2005.pdf>


Liste des cépages principaux et de leurs synonymes

*Grape varieties -- crosses and and genetic composition*
<http://www.littlefatwino.com/grgenetics.htm>

Parentship to some verities. (Little Fat Wino)

Forschunganstalt Geisenheim
<http://fh-web1.informatik.fh-wiesbaden.de/go.cfm/fb/101/lpid/5/sprachid/1/sid/40.html>

The best Varieties from Gm.

Grape Varieties for the Vinho Verde
<http://www.vinhoverde.pt/en/tecnologia/castas/default.htm>

Ampelographic Description of some grapes in Portugal.

Valpolicella Region
<http://www.valpolicella.it/eng/lev3.asp?ID=42&sez=Viticoltura>

Grape descriptions.

Grape hybrid varieties and accessions' parentage and their genetic.
<http://students.sivan.co.il/michaels/Grapped3.html>.

Compiled by: Dr. Michael J. Striem

Protocol for Distinctness & Uniformiity
<http://www.cpvo.fr/documents/TP/fruits/TPgrapevine50.pdf> (BBCH info by
UPOV page 34)

The protocol describes the technical procedures to be followed in order to
meet

Zadok Scale <http://weeds.montana.edu/crop/Growth_stages_book/p22_23.htm>

 Zadok scale is very much like BBCH scale, by UPOV. (see above)

Eichorn-Lorenz Stages in Shoot Development in the Grapevine
<http://www.hortnet.co.nz/publications/hortfacts/hf905020/elstage.htm>

The Eichorn-Lorenz scale is not the same as BBCH…

Plant Sampling Instructions
<http://www.incitecpivot.com.au/files/PlantSamplingGuidev2005.pdf>

More about Zadoc. (not about grapes..)

Lesser Known European Wine Grape Cultivars
<http://www.wynboer.co.za/recentarticles/0104culttab2.html>  (quality of
wine in %)

Average wine quality of certain promising wine grape cultivars in the
period 1992 -

Budbreak and Harvest dates for 31 grape varieties
<http://www.colostate.edu/programs/wcrc/Viticulture/vbbandhgraphs1.pdf>

The following graphs show the average date (Fig. 1) and range in dates

Article about the "Rock Grape"
<http://www.ars.usda.gov/is/AR/archive/dec98/situ1298.htm>

Last year, Diane Pavek spent the summer exploring more than 12,000 miles

The Atlas of Florida Vascular Plants <http://www.plantatlas.usf.edu/>

Joint effort by the Institute of Systemic Botany

GRIN <http://www.ars-grin.gov/npgs/aboutgrin.html>

The Germplasm Resources Information Network

The PLANTS Database <http://plants.usda.gov/index.html>

PLANTS is *your* national plant database.

Growing Wine Grapes in Maritime Western Washington
<http://cru.cahe.wsu.edu/CEPublications/eb2001/eb2001.pdf>

There are many unique features of growing wine grapes in western Washington,

GermBanks
<http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Grapebreeders/grapes/germbank.html>
          (from Vitigen)

National Germplasm Repository System   ..

Databases
<http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Grapebreeders/grapes/big_db.html>
         (from Vitigen)

Large Online Databases, for Downloading or Browsing ..

Online publication with photos and stories about U of  Minnesota winegrape
<http://kstp.com/kstpimages/UofMGrapebrochure.pdf>

At the University of Minnesota, we're known worldwide for expertise in cold
hardy varieties.

The identification of a naturalized grape in Ontario
<http://www.ou.edu/cas/botany-micro/ben/ben303.html>

A wild grape found in eastern Ontario near Garreton by Mr. Bob Woolham

Triplett blanc, Sweet Scarlet and Thomcord
<http://fpms.ucdavis.edu/Grape/FPS04GrapeNews.pdf>

FPS Grape Program Newsletter 2004, and her is a 2002 number.
<http://fps.ucdavis.edu/WebSitePDFs/Newsletters&Publications/GrapeNewsletterOct2002.pdf>

A new CSIRO-bred table grape variety
<http://www.csiro.au/csiro/content/standard/pssf,,.html>

Going on sale in Western Australia later this month is a new table grape
variety

Cienna <http://www.csiro.au/files/files/p2og.pdf>   ---   Rubienne
<http://www.csiro.au/files/files/p2j8.pdf>   ---   Tyrian
<http://www.csiro.au/files/files/p2jy.pdf>

Three new winegrape varieties developed by CSIRO

Study1
<http://www.faculty.sbc.edu/cambers/download/internodeL/grape_internode_lengths_05-06.gif>
  ---   Study2
<http://www.faculty.sbc.edu/cambers/download/internodeL/cumulative_grape_internode_lengths_05-06.gif>


Study of internode lengths on Concord, Fredonia, and Alwood (org. data
<http://www.faculty.sbc.edu/cambers/download/internodeL/internode%20length%20study%202005-2006.xls>
)

Grapevine Varieties of the Institute Geilweilerhof
<http://www.bafz.de/baz99_e/baz_orte/sdg/irz/irz_varieties.htm>

Geilweilerhof own presentation of there latest Varieties.

U of Minnesota has posted a pdf file of its 2005 grape breeding report
<http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/pubs/vitcon/pdf/luby01.pdf>

Development and evaluation of cold hardy wine grape breeding selections and
cultivars in the Upper Midwest

Cornell University Geneva, NY
<http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/pubs/vitcon/pdf/striegler01.pdf>

Importation and evaluation of Eastern European Hybrid Grapes for
Adaptability to Mid-western and Eastern Conditions

The Super Gigantic Y2K Winegrape Glossary
<http://www.wine-lovers-page.com/wineguest/wgg.html#hybrid>

This great homepage must also have a place here ....

Recommended Varieties for cultivation in Georgia 2002
<http://www.ibiblio.org/grapebreeders/Articles/Georgia2002/Ed2.doc>

Georgian Local Varieties of Vine,  overview
<http://www.ibiblio.org/grapebreeders/Articles/Georgia2002/Ed1.doc>

Phillip Wagners Grape collection
<http://www.ibiblio.org/grapebreeders/Articles/Wagner/Wagner_tot.htm>

Some good varieties descriptions

Grape Expectations <http://www.alumni.umn.edu/24Feb2006.html>


Until recent times any wine grape that could survive Minnesota’s harsh
climate was celebrated



*Private & breeders info:*

SL-201-01
<http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Artikler/Sl_201_x/SL_201_x2.htm>

Pictures of Larsen's own Rondo x Regent. (Sorry only Danish)

Single Bud Cutting.
<http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Grapebreeders/Article/Single_bud_vine/Single_bud_vine.htm>

Pictures of Larsen's Single Bud Vine.

The grapebreeders Archives
<http://lists.ibiblio.org/mailman/private/grapebreeders/>

Login page for the grapebreeders Archives

About Elmer Swenson & his variety list
<http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Grapebreeders/ES_parent.htm>

Link's to other pages about Elmer Swenson.

Bob Zehnder's Vineyard
<http://www.ibiblio.org/grapebreeders/Articles/Bob_Zehnder/Bob.htm>
 Download
the original pictures <http://www.faculty.sbc.edu/cambers/download/zehnder/>

Clifford Ambers' visit at Bob Zehnder's Vineyard.

The Swenson Grape Preservation Project <http://www.elmerswenson.com/>

The The Swenson Preservation Project relies largely on volunteers to
maintain

Help Identify this Grape <http://www.chateau-z.com/dlugo.html>

This page is dedicated to one of those "a family member gave me this grape
vine"

Grape Breeding at the Sweet Briar Community Garden
<http://www.faculty.sbc.edu/cambers/SBCG/grapebreeding.html>

In an attempt to develop wine grapes uniquely suited to the Sweet Briar
climate a

Grape Breeding Procedures
<http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/hort/faculty/reisch/breeding/crossing1.html>


Basic background on grape breeding, a beginners guide by Bruce Reisch

GDD, LTI and TTP index for grapegrowing
<http://www.littlefatwino.com/psindex.html>

A New Climate Index for Grape Growing in Short Season Areas

*Vitis* <http://winemaking.jackkeller.net/vitis.asp> -- One Genus or Two?
<http://winemaking.jackkeller.net/vitis.asp>

Characteristics of the *Vitis* and the *Muscadinia* Section

Finland & viticulture <http://www.helsinki.fi/lehdet/uh/uh495.html#1.8>

Finnish aspects of growing the vine and drinking wine

Potential for extending Scandinavian wine cultivation
<http://taylorandfrancis.metapress.com/%28loe1c3nwu3rjxrelpk0d4145%29/app/home/contribution.asp?referrer=parent&backto=searcharticlesresults,1,13;>


Click under the "Full Text Access", button "Entire doc."

Salem Glen Vineyard Rochester, Minnesota <http://www.salemglenvineyard.com/>

Arbotex and Grow Tube Pictures and Data

Grape Breeding Infomation Resources <http://www.mavo.biz/resources.htm>

Mark Hart's 'golden oldies' (reprints)

Floridagrapes.com <http://www.floridagrapes.com/>

Welcome to Floridagrapes (as a grapebreeder, you have to know this page)

USDA Zone Definitions
<http://www.digitalseed.com/gardener/climate/usda_zones_key.html>

Based on the average annual minimum temperature

1990 / 2004 climate zones
<http://www.faultline.org/place/pinolecreek/archives/002853>

See the zones change.

Minnesota Grape Growers Association <http://www.mngrapes.org/>
<http://www.mngrapes.org/>

New features of the site are a discussion forum
<http://www.mngrapes.org/forums>, cold climate varietal matrix
<http://www.mngrapes.org/varieties.html> and extensive links
<http://www.mngrapes.org/links.php>

MGGA CD
<http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Grapebreeders/grapes/mgga_cd/index.html>
         (from Vitigen)

The Minnesota Grape Growers Association grape literature on CD

Books
<http://web.archive.org/web/20040130063839/http://www.thules.net/vitigen/grapes/books.html>
         (from Vitigen)

Books to Buy, in Libraries, and Online

Growing <http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Grapebreeders/grapes/grow.html>
         (from Vitigen)

Basics of Grape Culture and Outline of Breeding

Photos <http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Grapebreeders/grapes/photog.html>
         (from Vitigen)

Tips & Methods for Photographing Grapes..

*Rosa rugosa*
<http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1365-2745.2005.01002.x>
Thunb. ex Murray
<http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1365-2745.2005.01002.x>

Goto page 453-454 there is a lot of postulate about seed germination in
different experiments

Plant Protection and Quarantine Plant and Plant Products Permits.
<http://www.aphis.usda.gov/ppq/permits/plantproducts/nursery.html>

Nursery Stock, Including Seeds, of Non-Canadian Origin

Bucket Method for Green Rooting Bicolor
<http://www.ibiblio.org/grapebreeders/Articles/Bucket/Bucket.htm>

Aaron Puhala's Bucket Method

Useful information by Lon J. Rombough
<http://www.bunchgrapes.com/cuttings.html>

Grapes are very easy to grow from cuttings

The demand for grape planting materials is at an all time high
<http://www.practicalwinery.com/mayjune99/rapidpropagation.htm>..

Rapid propagation of grape planting stock,  Us C.

Rapid propagation of grape planting stock
<http://www.practicalwinery.com/mayjune99/rapidpropagation.htm>

Department of Viticulture & Enology, University of California, Davis, CA

Propagating Greenwood Cuttings
<http://w3.ag.uiuc.edu/NRES/faculty/Skirvin/cfar/wintprop.htm>

By Gary Mogren, Windwater Vineyard and Nursery

Vineyard Rootstock Selection
<http://www.shilohestate.com/SVW_Articles/SEKB_Rootstock.pdf>

Rootstock selection is based on soil and climate conditions



*Scientific Research & Technique *

Comparative organization of chloroplast, mitochondrial and nuclear
diversity in plant populations
<http://ieg.ebd.csic.es/pdfs/MolEcol_2005.pdf>

Not about grapes .... Plants offer excellent models to investigate how gene
flow shapes the organization of genetic diversity.

Diversifying Selection in Plant Breeding
<http://biology.plosjournals.org/perlserv/?request=get-document&doi=10.1371/journal.pbio.0020347>


Not about grapes ....  Here is the same Essay as a 4 Mbyte pdf file
<http://biology.plosjournals.org/archive/1545-7885/2/10/pdf/10.1371_journal.pbio.0020347-L.pdf>
.

Plantbreeding <http://plantbreeding.org>          (from Vitigen)

Not about grapes ....

Cornell Electronic library
<http://chla.library.cornell.edu/c/chla/about.html>

Hedrick, U. P. Manual of American grape-growing
<http://chla.library.cornell.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=chla;idno=2911019>
Macmillan, New York : 1919

Irrigation of winegrapes in California
<http://www.practicalwinery.com/novdec01p42.htm>

How much irrigation water is required to grow quality winegrapes

Three vine spacings, two trellis systems; Oakville , Napa Valley
<http://www.practicalwinery.com/septoct99/mondavi.htm>

High grapevine planting density, is a relatively new concept in California
viticulture

Improved Rooting of <http://ajevonline.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/3/265>*Vitis
aestivalis* <http://ajevonline.org/cgi/content/abstract/55/3/265>

More than 3,000 Norton hardwood cuttings were tested in an experiment



*Material & Products for breeders:   *

Gibberellic Acid (GA3)
<http://www.super-grow.biz/GibberellicAcid.jsp#GeneralInformation>

Welcome to Super-Grow Scientific Plant Products

Botrytis Breakthrough
<http://www.scoop.co.nz/mason/stories/BU0501/S00027.htm>

A breakthrough botrytis fungicide which leaves no residue, has no
withholding

Botrytis Breakthrough
<http://www.lincoln.ac.nz/news/media/2005/Botrytis.htm>

The Lincoln University News Release on the same story

Potting Mixes Bio-Peat Minerals
<http://www.tandjenterprises.com/cgi-bin/ustorekeeper.pl>

Here you can buy Jack's Dirt in 30 LB Bag

Plant Lighting Hydroponics
<http://www.plantlightinghydroponics.com/index.php>

Check our line of Sunlight Switchable and Hydrofarm Convertible Grow Lights

Aluminum Tree Tags
<http://www.mmdsales.com/store/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=554>

Each round aluminum tag is permanently stamped with consecutive numbers.

Greenhouse & Nursery supplies <http://www.griffins.com/home/catalog.asp>


Catalog is in pdf format

Monarch Manufacturing <http://www.monarchmfg.com/Home.htm>

Plant propagation & Protective System



*Material & Products for Grape growing :    *

Smith Postyard <http://www.smithpostyard.com/location.html>

Hedge Post & Poles.

Welcome to JDL Sales and Service, Inc.
<http://www.jdlsalesinc.com/index.php>

High-tensile wire and lodge pole pine pressure treated posts



*Technique and Method for Grape Culture     *

Hot Water Treatment
<http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m3488/is_12_82/ai_81113367>

Hot water treatment in commercial nursery practice

Hot Water Treatment
<http://www.inspection.gc.ca/english/plaveg/protect/dir/d-94-34e.pdf>

Control of phylloxera and nematodes goto appendix 4 in the document

Hot Water Treatment <http://www.ipgri.cgiar.org/publications/pdf/429.pdf>

Safe Movement of Grapevine Germplasm,

Hot Water Treatment
<http://daane.uckac.edu/Publications/journals%20and%20books/Haviland%20et%20al.%20JEE%202005%20VMB%20hot%20water.pdf>


Hot-Water Treatments for on Dormant Grape Cuttings

2 Mb pdf Report on an International Vine Nursery Study Tour
<http://www.gwrdc.com.au/downloads/ResearchTopics/SAR%2003-02T.pdf>

This Report also contains info about HWT.

The Effects of Cover Crops and Compost on Grapevine Nutrition
<http://www.sarep.ucdavis.edu/ccrop/ccres/22.HTM>

Recent research has indicated that nitrogen (N) should be applied during

Rootstock <http://www.vinic.com/files/roots.PDF>

Dr. Carmo Vasconcelos, Oregon State University powerpoint show

Soil water measurement
<http://cru.cahe.wsu.edu/CEPublications/pnw0475/pnw0475.html>

Efficient irrigation requires a systematic water management program

Pruning Strategy for Frost Protection
<http://www.illinoiswine.com/newsletter/mayjune.pdf>

The Illinois "Grape Communicator" newsletter May / June 2005

Pruning Grapevines in Michigan
<http://web1.msue.msu.edu/vanburen/e-1935.htm>

Pruning is the most important cultural practice in the management of
grapevines

Anatomy of Grapevine Winter Injury and Recovery
<http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/hort/faculty/goffinet/AnatomyWinterInjury.pdf>

Severely cold winter temperatures can significantly impact grapevine
productivity

A Guide for Missouri Growers
<http://mtngrv.missouristate.edu/Publications/WBHWeb.pdf> : Cold Hardiness
of Grapes

Grapevine hardiness is a major factor in the selection of species and
varieties

"Grapevine Crown Gall"
<http://www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/grapeweb/Grapenews/gg012002.pdf>(a common
problem with winter-injured trunks)
<http://www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/grapeweb/Grapenews/gg012002.pdf>

Many times grapevines will experience some type of winter damage.

"Winter-Winter-Winter" an interesting Canadian perspective
<http://www.thecounty.ca/wine/Winter.pdf>

This guide has argued hard that the benefits of Prince Edward County

Dept. of Horticulture, Iowa State University
<http://viticulture.hort.iastate.edu/info/infopf.html>

ISU Viticulture Research, very large pdf files !! but very fine
presentations !!

Trellising the Grape: <http://www.avalonwine.com/trellising-the-grape.php>An
Unsung Aspect of Wine Quality
<http://www.avalonwine.com/trellising-the-grape.php>

Most wine drinkers never think about how the grapes that made their wine
hang on the vine

Gain up to 10 F during night temperature. !
<http://www.turtlecreekwine.com/research.htm>

An ambitious effort to study and implement various means of protecting *Vitis
Vinifera* vines in a New England winter.



*Research for Grape Culture     *

International Grape Genome Program <http://www.vitaceae.org/index.html>


Welcome to *www.vitaceae.org* <http://www.vitaceae.org/> the web site

A gene controlling sex in grapevines
<http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=10791822&dopt=Abstract>


Genetic maps of Vitis (2n = 38) have been constructed

Seedlessness Character in Grapevine
<http://www.intl-pag.org/6/abstracts/498.html>

We have initiated a marker assisted selection program for seedlessness

Grape Genetics:
<http://www.nysaes.cornell.edu/hort/faculty/reisch/grapegen.html>

Research Reports from the Cornell Grape Breeding Program

International Symposium on Grapevine Genetics and Breeding
<http://www.actahort.org/books/528/index.htm>

Online articles

Scientific 2002 Symposium S05
<http://www.cshs.ca/annual_meeting/scientific_2002/Symposium_S05.pdf>

A pdf file from a 2002 Viticulture symposium, with several items on grape
breeding.

The Small Fruits Review Monographic “Separates”
<http://www.haworthpress.com/store/SampleText/J301.pdf>

The Use of a Bud Freezing Technique to Determine the Hardiness of 20 Grape
Genotypes

Measuring Cold Hardiness in Woody Plants
<http://ethesis.helsinki.fi/julkaisut/maa/sbiol/vk/linden/measurin.pdf>

Cold hardiness is a key factor limiting the distribution and productivity
of perennial horticultural plants in northern areas.

Freezing Behaviors in Plant Tissues
<http://www.ipgri.cgiar.org/publications/jircas/Session1.pdf>

Freezing behaviours in plant tissues as visualized by NMR microscopy and
their regulatory mechanisms

General Genetics
<http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Grapebreeders/grapes/genes_gen.html>
        (from Vitigen)

Introduction to General Genetics.

Grape Genetics
<http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Grapebreeders/grapes/genes_grape.html>
         (from Vitigen)

Genetics Applied to Grapes and Grape Development

Genetic Engineering
<http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Grapebreeders/grapes/gene_engin.html>
         (from Vitigen)

Genetic Engineering and Applications to Grapes

Embryo Rescue
<http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Grapebreeders/grapes/embryo_res.html>
         (from Vitigen)

Techniques for assisted reproduction of 'seedless' varieties.

FPS <http://fpms.ucdavis.edu/Grape/GrapeProgramIndex.htm>

Foundation Plant Services (FPS) was established as a public service

In regions of highly diversified agriculture, herbicides used in one field
may not be compatible with crops growing in nearby fields
<http://entc.allenpress.com/entconline/?request=get-document&doi=10.1897%2F1551-5028%281996%29015%3C0452:BWSPTA%3E2.3.CO%3B2>


"Biomonitoring with sentinel plants to assess exposure on nontarget crops
to
atmospheric deposition of herbicide residues"

Kansas State University publication, including info on 2,4-D susceptibility
of a number of hybrid varieties
<http://www.oznet.ksu.edu/library/hort2/mf2588.pdf>

Questions and Answers About Vineyard Injury from Herbicide Drift

Stress reactions in Vitis vinifera following soil application of the
herbicide flumioxazin"
<http://search.univ-reims.fr/Labos/BPV/articles/gas3.pdf>

In order to evaluate the stress effects of flumioxazin (fmx) on grapevine,
a non-target plant ...



*Disease and Insect pest:      *

Grape Insect Pests <http://www.isis.vt.edu/%7Efanjun/text/Link_pest13g.html>

Lot of Links to Common Grape Pests, Management & General Information.

Insect & Disease Identification Guide For Grapes
<http://www.gov.on.ca/OMAFRA/english/crops/facts/03-039.htm>

Early recognition of disease, insect and mite problems in vineyards is
important

Powdery mildew <http://www.practicalwinery.com/marapr03/marapr03p16.htm>


Strategies to control Powdery Mildew,  ,

Powdery mildew <http://www.attra.org/attra-pub/bakingsoda.html>


Use of Baking Soda as a Fungicide

Powdery mildew
<http://www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/fruitpathology/organic/grape/organic.html>


The following is a brief description of some disease control materials that
are ...

Natural Bug Sprays <http://www.growitgold.com/resources/bugrecipes.shtml>


Ladybugs, praying mantis, lacewings, spiders, and horse hair snakes are
among the

Der Virtuelle Rebendoktor <http://www.rebendoktor.de/>

Many pictures of different disease in Grapes.

Die natürlichen Feinde der Reblaus
<http://www.stmlf.bayern.de/proxy.php?url=/lwg/weinbau/info/reblaus.html&prxctx=/landwirtschaft/weinbau/rebschutz/>
   not working ....

The natural enemies of phylloxera.       Bablefish translation
<http://babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish/trurl_pagecontent?lp=de_en&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.stmlf.bayern.de%2Fproxy.php%3Furl%3D%2Flwg%2Fweinbau%2Finfo%2Freblaus.html%26prxctx%3D%2Flandwirtschaft%2Fweinbau%2Frebschutz%2F>

Grapevine Crown Gall:
<http://www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/grapeweb/Grapenews/gg012002.pdf>

Many times grapevines will experience some type of winter damage.

Western Farm Press
<http://westernfarmpress.com/news/12-19-05-lime-sulfur-for-black-measles/>


Lime sulfur seen as aid for black measles of grapes

Mycophagous Mites And Foliar Pathogens:
<http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2120/is_2_81/ai_60138148>

Leaf Domatia Mediate Tritrophic Interactions In Grapes

Disease
<http://www.winemanager.com/slarsen/Grapebreeders/grapes/disease.html>
         (from Vitigen)

Diseases and Pests of Grapes, and Remedies

UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
<http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/selectnewpest.grapes.html>

University of California's official guidelines for pest monitoring
techniques

Control of downy mildew of grapevines
<http://www.gwrdc.com.au/downloads/ResearchTopics/DNR%2002-05.pdf>

by boosting their natural defence system



*Wine making:      *

Winemaking and Wine Appreciation Clubs
<http://winemaking.jackkeller.net/referenc.asp#clubs>

Forward you to Jack Keller’s amazing collection of links.

Making Tablewine at home
<http://wineserver.ucdavis.edu/WineGrape/Homewine/index.htm>

The Complete Publication in PDF can be downloaded here
<http://wineserver.ucdavis.edu/oldsite/MTWAH.pdf>.  ( 2,9 Mbyte)

The Wine/Enology - Grape Chemistry Group
<http://www.fst.vt.edu/extension/enology/>

Exists primarily to support the growing grape and wine industry in Virginia

Making Wine With Frontenac <http://winegrapes.coafes.umn.edu/frontenac.html>


Handling Frontenac isn't difficult; it's just different

Brettanomyces <http://www.wineanorak.com/brettanomyces.htm>

Brettanomyces is a common defect in wine

Regional winemaking, and grape varieties in US
<http://www.tastersguild.com/journals/articles/reg_american.htm>

All fifty states now offer some form of a commercial wine industry



*Grapebreeders in USA, *

Holding your mouse on a site, you will get you a pop-up with name, location
& GDD info.  This GDD is calculated from the average month temperature
during the past 20 years ( from www.weather.com ). Now the info from here
is limited to a 12 months temperature index, meaning that I could miss up
to ½ a month GDD in spring and ½ a month in the other end of the warm GDD
season. So you probably have to add 100-200 GDD in worst case.

*Grapebreeders in EU, *

*Please** send any interesting grapebreeder info toSorry, y**ou can't cut
and paste this address. (I'm still spam free).*


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