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2017 Newsletters

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Issue 28, March 2017

Research FocusAdopting Under-Vine Cover Crops in Vinifera Vineyards 
Faculty FocusFive Questions for Tom Burr
Student FocusOur Roots Grow Deep: Alumni in Extension
Grapes 101Will Effects of the 2016 Drought Carry Over into 2017?
Industry Focus: Lake Erie Growers Work with Researchers to Develop Technology for Grape Industry
Awards: Justine Vanden Heuvel receives NY Wine & Grape Foundation "Research Award"
In the News:

Featured Video:  What is LERGP? LERGP Podcast #1

Issue 29, May 2017

Research Focus: Wine Grapes for New York's North Country: The Willsboro Cold Climate Variety Trial
Faculty FocusFive Questions for Terry Bates
Student FocusNew Cider Course for VIEN Students  
Grapes 101Three Steps to Manage Grape Berry Moth
Efficient Vineyard Project Focus:

Research in Plain English: Characterization of Wild North American Grapevine Cold Hardiness Using Differential Thermal Analysis
In the News:

Issue 30, August 2017

Research Focus: Defining and Developing Management Strategies for Sour Rot
Faculty FocusFive Questions for Jim Meyers
Extension FocusLake Erie Regional Grape Program Celebrates 25 Years
Student FocusShaulis Summer Scholar Quinlan Corbett: From Acting to Science
CommentaryNew York-certified, virus-tested vines are on their way to growers
Grapes 101Understanding FSMA: Questions About New Food Safety Regulations
Efficient Vineyard Project Focus:

BriefsTim Weigle "Excellence in IPM" Award
In the News:

Issue 31, November 2017

Research Focus:

Faculty Focus: Five Questions for Patrick Gibney
Student Focus: Finger Lakes Community College Graduates Continue their Education at Cornell
Grapes 101: How Defoliation, Defruiting, and Extreme Shoot Reduction Affected Clusters, Fruit Composition, and Bud Hardiness

Efficient Vineyard Project Focus:

News Briefs:

Featured Video: VitisGen Project Video: Responses of Grapevines to Low Temperatures.