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    • Back-sweetened Wine and Apple Cider Inhibit Foodborne Pathogens 

      Xiong, Zirui Ray; Chen, Anqi; Jiang, Glycine Zhujun; Lewis, Alisha G.; Sislak, Christine D.; Worobo, Randy W.; Gibney, Patrick A. (Cornell University, 2021-08)
      In back-sweetened wine and apple cider, lower pH, higher alcohol reduce the risk of pathogens. Extending holding times can help ensure consumer safety in back-sweetened alcoholic beverages.
    • How Vineyard Acreage and Varieties in New York have Changed Since the mid-1950's 

      Martinson, Timothy E. (Cornell University, 2021-03)
      70 years of crop statistics tracked changes in New York's grape industry from the mid 1950s to the mid 2010s. These statistics are no longer being collected.
    • How Grapevine Buds Gain and Lose Cold-hardiness 

      Martinson, Timothy E. (Cornell University, 2011-02)
      Each year buds transition from a cold-tender to cold-hardy state through a gradual process that starts around veraison and continues through the winter.
    • Formal and Informal Wine Sensory Evaluation 

      Mansfield, Anna Katherine (Cornell University, 2010-08)
      Anna Katharine Mansfield discusses the purposes and applications of wine sensory evaluation.
    • Grape Berry Moth Management 

      Weigle, Tim (Cornell University, 2011-04)
      A new forecasting model and the Grape Berry Moth Risk Assessment Protocol help growers manage grape berry moth.
    • Resource Assimilation and Vineyard Productivity 

      Bates, Terry (Cornell University, 2010-04)
      Viticulture is about capturing sunlight and soil nutrients and converting them into organic compounds for fuel and growth.
    • The 2009 Grape and Wine Report 

      Creasap Gee, Jodi; Gerling, Chris (Cornell University, 2010-02)
      New York growers and vintners faced cool and sometimes rainy weather that reduced fruit set and often delayed ripening and harvest in 2009.
    • Sources and Sinks: Allocation of Photosynthates during the Growing Season 

      Martinson, Timothy E. (Cornell University, 2010-11)
      Carbon produced through photosynthesis is allocated to different tissues at different times in the growing season.
    • Untangling the concepts of vine size, capacity, crop level, vigor, and vine balance 

      Lasko, Alan (Cornell University, 2013-03)
      Vine size, vine capacity, cropping level, vine vigor, and vine balance are all related concepts describing vine productivity. They are commonly—but not always consistently—used. Horticulture professor Alan Lakso defines ...
    • How Grapevines Reconnect in the Spring 

      Martinson, Timothy E.; Goffinet, Martin (Cornell University, 2012-03)
      In midwinter, buds are isolated from the rest of the vine's vascular system. Signals from the buds reactivate the vine's vascular cambium, reconnecting shoots, trunks, and roots - a process starting at budswell and ending ...