Sustainable Viticulture in the Northeast: A publication of the Finger Lakes, Lake Erie, and Long Island Regional Grape Programs
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Martinson, Timothy E.
Complementing the grower self-assessment workbook is an educational newsletter, Sustainable Viticulture in the Northeast. It provides an in-depth examination of the economic, environmental and social implications of specific practices and includes interviews with growers who have put the principles described in the newsletter into practice on their farms.
The information, including any advice or recommendations, contained herein is based upon the research and experience of Cornell Cooperative Extension personnel. While this information constitutes the best judgement/opinion of such personnel at the time issued, neither Cornell Cooperative Extension nor any representative thereof makes any representation or warrantee, express or implied, of any particular result or application of such information, or regarding any product. Users of any product are encouraged to read and follow product-labeling instructions and check with the manufacturer or supplier for updated information. Nothing contained in this information should be interpreted as an endorsement expressed or implied of any particular product.
Cornell University, Cornell Cooperative Education, Finger Lakes Grape Program, Lake Erie Regional Grape Program, CCE of Suffolk County, NYFVI, AEM, The Northeast Center for Risk Management Education, NY IPM Funding for this publication was provided through an extension innovation grant from the New York Farm Viability Institute, Inc. and the Northeast Center for Risk Management Education. Technical support was provided in association with the New York Agricultural Environmental Management (AEM) program and the New York State Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program.
VineBalance, vineyard management, alternate weed management, best practices, cultivation techniques
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