Eames-Sheavly, Marcia; Pritts, Marvin; Cramer, Craig; Bushway, Lori; Merwin, Ian; Reisinger, Richard; McKay, Steven
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 and insects, harvest, seedless table grapes.
This is the Grape chapter in Cornell Guide to Growing Fruit at Home. It features information and instruction for the home grape grower.
Copyright, Department of Horticulture, Cornell University.
grapes; IPM; sustainable; vitis labrusca; grape culture; vine; vineyard; Concord; Niagara; Catawba; Delaware; Ontario; Chardonnay; Reisling; Cabernet Sauvignon; Gewurztraminer; Kniffin system; black rot; downy mildew; powdery mildew; botrytis; grape berry moth; grape cane girdler; grape leafhoppers
Previously Published As
Cornell Guide to Growing Fruit at Home, Information Bulletin, Cornell University Cooperative Extension, Ithaca NY; v.156, 2003, pg. 43-53.
Cornell Guide to Growing Fruit at Home publication
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