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    • Grape Facts 

      Pool, Robert; Dunst, Richard; Senesac, Andrew; Kamas, James (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1991)
      Grape facts was published as a single volume serialized in five parts in 1991. The topic was weed management in New York State vineyards. Individual issues covered chemical usage, weed types and herbicides.
    • Grape Flea Beetle 

      Taschenberg, E. F.; Riedl, H. (New York State IPM Program, 1985)
      The grape flea beetle, also known as the steely beetle, is a native insect and occurs in about all states east of the Rocky Mountains and in Canada. It has been found in all grape-growing areas of New York State. At the ...
    • Grape Fungal Infection and Wine Quality 

      Conterno, Lorenza; Gadoury, David; Gerbi, Vincenzo; Rolle, Luca; Seem, Robert; Wilcox, Wayne; Zeppa, Giuseppe; Henick-Kling, Thomas (2006)
    • Grape Growers Convene in the Finger Lakes 

      McCandless, Linda (2001-03-28)
    • Grape Growers Implementing GIS Mapping in the Lake Erie Region 

      Wiegle, Tim (New York State IPM Program, 2012)
      Less than a year after the first GIS vineyard block map was generated by the Lake Erie Regional Grape Program, significant progress has been made in terms of grower participation in the GIS mapping program. Currently, over ...
    • Grape Leafhopper 

      Van Kirk, J.; Riedl, H.; Taschenberg, E. F. (New York State IPM Program, 1984)
      Three leafhopper species can be found feeding on grapes in the Northeast: Erythroneura comes (Say), commonly known as the grape leafhopper (GLH), E. tricincta Fitch, the threebanded leafhopper, and Empoasca fabae (Harris), ...
    • Grape Leafroll Disease 

      Cieniewicz, Elizabeth; Fuchs, Marc (New York State IPM Program, 2007)
      Leafroll is one of the most important virus diseases of grapevine. It occurs in every major grape-growing region of the world. Grapevine leafroll disease can affect all native and Vitis vinifera cultivars, hybrids, and ...
    • Grape Prospecting by the Map 

      McCandless, Linda (1999-02-11)
    • Grape Research News 

      Goffinet, Martin; NYSAES (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1999)
      Contains New York specific news related to viticultural research conducted by the NYSAES. Included is viticulture faculty information as well as news of various programs and research endeavors. Technical articles cover ...

      Zakour, John (2000-02-29)
    • Grape Rootworm 

      Dennehy, T.J.; Clark, L.G. (New York State IPM Program, 1986)
      The grape rootworm (abbreviated GR) is a native species of leaf beetle that occurs from the Atlantic Seaboard states to North Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, and Texas. The wild hosts of this pest are grapes (Vitis spp.), Virginia ...
    • Grape Rootworm – looking at alternatives for managing an old foe that is making a comeback in Lake Erie region vineyards 

      Weigle, Tim (New York State IPM Program, 2014)
      Grape rootworm is making a comeback in Lake Erie vineyards, reducing vine size and yield and Cornell extension and research staffs are ensuring growers have the tools needed to effectively manage this pest.
    • Grape Tumid Gallmaker 

      Clark, L.G.; Dennehy, T.J. (New York State IPM Program, 1989)
      Grape tumid galls, also called grape tomato galls, are caused by larvae of a small fly known as the grape tumid gallmaker (GTG). This pest is native to the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada. It infests ...
    • Grape varieties for New York State 

      Pool, Robert; Kimball, Keith; Watson, John; Einset, John (New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, 1979-07)
      In New York State, grapes are grown for use as juice, wine, fresh fruit, jelly, and jam. The purpose of this bulletin is to list and briefly describe both those varieties that are grown commercially for these purposes ...
    • Grapes 

      Eames-Sheavly, Marcia; Pritts, Marvin; Cramer, Craig; Bushway, Lori; Merwin, Ian; Reisinger, Richard; McKay, Steven (Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University., 2003-05)
      Choosing cultivars, purchasing or propagating vines, site selection, planting and early care, fertilizing, pruning and training young vines, pruning mature vines, pruning neglected vines, training vines to an arbor, diseases ...
    • Grapevine downy mildew control: exploring alternatives to metalaxyl 

      Wise, Alice; Wilcox, Wayne (New York State IPM Program, 2012)
      Downy mildew is a debilitating disease of grapevines. In years of excessive rainfall, poorly-controlled infections can decimate the crop and defoliate vines well before harvest, severely hindering fruit ripening and damaging ...