Free registration RSVP:

Please join us for the fall UGA Grape Extension Event! This will be a great networking opportunity where we will also discuss some of the research that UGA has been conducting during this past season, as well as some management considerations that I’ve been hearing about from many of you. Pesticide credits will be available! See our agenda below, but I hope to see you there!

When: Tuesday, December 5th. Doors open at 12pm.

Where: Crane Creek Vineyards, 1040 Crane Creek Rd, Young Harris, GA 30582

12:00-1:00 PM: ‘Registration’ – Doors Open

1:00-1:15 PM: Jacob Williams and Dr. Sarah Lowder – Welcome! “2023 Summer Vit Research Update” and collection for 2023 Georgia Grape Crust Report

1:15-1:35 PM: Clark MacAllister – “Pierce’s Disease Treatment Trial Results”

1:35-2:05 PM: Walt Sanders – Using Sulfur in GA vineyards: Phytotoxicity and Adjuvants

2:05-2:35 PM: Shane Breeden – “Efficacy and crop safety of minimal-, moderate-, and high-input disease management systems for Pierce’s disease resistant hybrids”

2:35-3:05 PM: Dr. Brett Blaauw – “Monitoring and Managing Grape Root Borer Post Chlorpyrifos Ban”

3:05-3:50 PM: Dr. James Johnson – “Deer Management in the Vineyard”

Attendees are able to obtain pesticide credits (2 hours) for attending this program – Register for FREE using this link:

SAVE THE DATE: Other Upcoming In-Person Events:

7 Dec, 2023 – GWP Filtration Seminar – Open to GWP members, Yonah Mountain Vineyards – registration –

28-30 Jan, 2024 – GWP Annual Meeting – Macon, GA

SAVE THE DATE: Other Upcoming Virtual Events:

14 Nov, 2023; 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM – AVES-ES Hang Time – Combating Cold Temps

6 Dec, 2023; 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM – AVES – ES Hang Time – Grapes of the South

Enology and Viticulture Educational Forum Webinars:

Viticulture Topics: 12:00-1:30 PM on Dec 13, Jan 10, Feb 21, Mar 20. More details to come soon, but topics will include: Grower panel on labor/mechanization, FRAME (Fungicide Resistance Project) big takeaways, Spotted Lanternfly in vineyards, and a grower panel on climate change with a grape insurance update.

Enology Topics: 12:00 -1:30 PM on Jan 24, Feb 28, Mar 17, April 24. More details to come soon, but topics will include: Challenges with malolactic fermentations, Phenolics and phenolic assessment tools, Developing an acids adjustments toolbelt for the Eastern US climate, Bio-Control Agents.

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