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  • Attention all winemakers. You’ll want to join our Hangtime session online on February 8th. See the flyer below for timing details. Great topic dealing with making verju’s from unripened grapes and used as an acidifier. You should be able to click the link in the document below to register. You can also register for the…

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  • Please join us on Wednesday December 6th at 11:30est for a discussion on Southern Grapes. the link in the flyer below should be clickable. also…. Don’t forget about tomorrows program at Crane Creek! See link below. Free registration RSVP: https://forms.gle/vZL1SjrXviuj51qr5

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  • ASEV-ES Hangtime Tomorrow 11-14

    Tomorrows Hangtime discussion will be on cold tolerant grapes. Since this is a national platform we will be discussing cold weather grape breeding programs and progress in the industry. If you don’t join tomorrow, put December 6th on your calendar to evaluate southern grapes.

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  • ASEV-ES Grapevines to Wines Hangtime

        Please join us tomorrow for our monthly Hangtime session.   Our topic:  “Losing yield from deadwood? It’s all about the cut.” This discussion will be looking at managing large cuts to the vine and understanding trunk diseases.  We’ll be joined by Dr. Kendra Baumgartner with USDA at University of California Davis and Renown pruning expert Marco…

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  • Don’t have anything planned on Wednesday at 11:30 EST?! Sit in on this great discussion about red color in our vines. What to be concerned about and what is normal! Check out the full flyer below. See you there Georgia!!

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  • Please join us on August 16th for a mid season meeting to discuss current conditions and look towards harvest. With our new Viticulture Specialist Sarah Lowder on board, we look forward to bringing more frequent workshops back to the industry. Please click on the pdf link below to go to registration page. $20 gets you…

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  • Hello all, Next week we will be discussing making wines with other fruit. We have a wine maker from Iowa who will be our main presenter. If you have experience in making fruit wine, we’d love for you to join our conversation and tell of your experiences. See flyer below and click the link or…

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  • Topic will be discussing signature wines and how a region can work together to help market their wines. Discussions on AVA’s and other marketing components. Georgia producers, you won’t want to miss this webinar. Please join. Email me if you have any questions. neason@uga.edu

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  • Using Pre-emergents for Weed control

    Management of keeping a clean under story below your vine rows has traditionally been practiced. By keeping a grass and weed free area helps reduce competition of nutrients to the vines, reduces habitat for insect at the base of the plants, improves humidity in the fruiting zone, and helps deter voles and other pest. Although…

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  • We have many great land grant Universities conducting viticulture and enology research and education. This email came across my email from Penn State Extension on shoot thinning. Shoot thinning is essential to reducing canopy crowding to improve airflow and spray penetration. With our high annual rainfall in Georgia and high humidity, this is a crucial…

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