UGA Extension Viticulture Blog

UGA Extension Viticulture Promotion

I was asked to share this story and video. Please read and view if interested. Growing Georgia Wine The University of Georgia’s Division of Marketing and Communications approached us this past fall to put this together. Nick, Leigh, and their colleagues did a fine job promoting and documenting what our…
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Winter Outlook for 2018-2019 for the Southeast

While an El Niño has not yet been officially declared, the telltale water temperatures and wind patterns that are associated with an El Niño are all in place and I expect an official move from an El Niño Watch to an Advisory in the near future. The forecast for this…
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Are you ready for some cold weather?

I’ve been watching the long-range weather forecasts for the last week, and it’s pretty clear that our growing season across most of the Southeast will end next week as a huge push of chilly air moves into the region. Northern parts of the region will see frost by this weekend,…
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UGA Horticulture Seminar on Delayed Pruning in Chardonnay

If you are bored while pumping 2018 vintage wine… Please see this link (https://kaltura.uga.edu/media/t/1_2qqz6tjt) for a slide show and audio recording of a seminar I gave last week as part of the UGA Horticulture Fall Seminar Series. Perhaps a little bit early to talk about pruning… better than late I…
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