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Washington is the national leader in juice grape production, and second in wine grape production.
Our goal is to provide quality information and tools for the viticulture industry in Washington State and the surrounding region. Growing grapes can be challenging in any environment, but Washington State is the perfect climate for wine.
Vineyard Establishment and Management
Learn and gather information on what it takes to establish and manage a vineyard.
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Vineyard Irrigation and Vine Nutrition
The majority of grape production in Washington is located in the arid “East” where irrigation is an essential part of agriculture. This page has more information on general practices for irrigated agriculture.
Grape Pests, Diseases, Weeds, and Disorders
Maintaining plant health is vital in the quality production of grapes.
Learn more about disease and insect identification, physiological disorders, and general plant nutrition:
- Pests, diseases, nematodes and weeds
- Disorders & other issues
- Pesticide application technology and information
Economics of Grape Production
Viticulture is the business of producing grapes. Having a solid understanding of the economics and costs of producing grapes is vital for the sustainability of your business, and of the industry.
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Juice Grape Sustainability
The WA Juice Grape Sustainability Report Card is designed to aid juice grape producers in documenting their practices, and how those practices influence the overall sustainability (economically, environmentally, and socially) of their farms. The Report Card also contains information and resources to help growers develop action plans to improve their sustainability in areas where they may fall short.
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Clean Plant Center – Northwest Grapes
The Clean Plant Center Northwest-Grapes (formerly the Northwest Grape Foundation Service) is a starting point for growers to receive planting stock that is state-certified as to being tested free of targeted viruses.
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Many other resources are available to winemakers, growers, and those interested in Washington Wine and Grapes. Check out our:
Grape & Vineyard Topics
- Vineyard information
- Nutrition & soils
- Weather information
- Disease, disorders, pest, vertebrate, and weed management
- Pesticide application information & licenses
- Additional Resources