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Washington vineyards facing Phylloxera

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Registration open for WAVEx wine research seminar in Woodinville

Registration open for WAVEx wine research seminar in Woodinville

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Registration is still open for WAVEx, a condensed version of the popular research seminar Washington Advancements in Viticulture and Enology (WAVE), on July 10, 2019,…

Estimating vineyard yield? WSU’s making an App for that.

Estimating vineyard yield? WSU’s making an App for that.

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The ultimate symbol of modernity, the smartphone isn’t the first image that comes to mind when you think of an old-world vineyard, but thanks to…

WAVEx smoke exposure seminar a success

WAVEx smoke exposure seminar a success

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Participants at recent WAVEx smoke exposure seminar, WSU Tri-Cities campus. As summer approaches with its promise of plentiful crops and scenic vineyards, so too does…

 $4.75 million grant paves way for fungicide-resistance research in new growing season

 $4.75 million grant paves way for fungicide-resistance research in new growing season

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With spring upon us, growers are readying their vineyards for the new season, anticipating both healthy crops and potential challenges. One perennial challenge grape growers…

WSU scientists clone virus to help stop overwhelming grape disease

WSU scientists clone virus to help stop overwhelming grape disease

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