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Finger Lakes Vineyard Notes
This newsletter is produced 8-10 times a year by the Finger Lakes Grape Program. Topics cover all aspects of grape production, including pruning and training, fertilization, pest management, farm business management, and marketing. Most issues contains at least one in-depth article on a timely topic. Each fall, the Harvest Issue provides a summary of grape prices, economic outlook for the region’s industry, and a review of the growing season and extension programs. The “Calendar of Events” provides a listing of upcoming meetings that may be of interest to grape growers.
Contributors: Articles are written by Hans Walter-Peterson, Finger Lakes Viticulture Extension Educator, Tim Martinson, former Area Viticulture Specialist, and Tim Weigle, State-wide IPM Specialist. Cornell faculty, staff of the Finger Lakes Grape Program, and other guest authors also contribute to the newsletter regularly.
Current online holdings: Available from 1995. Each year's issues should become available in February of the following year.
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