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Managing High Acidity in Grape Must and Wine

By Jim Harbertson Associate Professor of Enology and Thomas Henick-Kling Professor of Enology An Early Frost Might Force Harvest of Some Under-Ripe Fruit Here are some…

Note to Cold Soak

By Thomas Henick-Kling Professor of Enology A note of precaution to using cold soak The recent rains and earlier powdery mildew infections have caused damage…

Grapevine Cold Hardiness Model Now Available for all AgWeatherNet Stations

**For a downloadable version of this article, please click here** By Michelle Moyer, WSU Viticulture Extension Specialist Just in time for the cold weather, the…

Atypical Aging in White Wine

By Thomas Henick-Kling, Director, WSU Viticulture & Enology Program Reprinted from Fall 2012 Viticulture & Enology Extension News While we all welcomed summer after a…

2011 Combined Vintage Updates

 Click here for a downloadable version of the 2011 Combined Vintage Updates  5 July 2011   By Michelle Moyer, Viticulture Extension Specialist By many accounts,…

2012 Combined Vintage Updates

Click here to download a pdf of the Combined 2012 Vintage Updates 13 April 2012 By Michelle Moyer, Viticulture Extension Specialist; Gary Grove, Plant Pathologist;…

2013 Combined Vintage Updates

**Click here to download the 2013 Combined Vintage Updates** 16 May 2013 By Michelle Moyer, Viticulture Extension Specialist, WSU-IAREC Growing Degree Days Whatever early-season heat…

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