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2018 Newsletters

Issue 32, March 2018

Research Focus: The Wild, Wild Yeast: An Ecological Survey of Yeast Species and Strains in Finger Lakes Riesling
Faculty FocusFive Questions for Jackie Dresser
Student Focus: Snowbird Students: Winter Internships at Bin to Bottle
Grapes 101: Phomopsis - Disease Biology and Management
Extension Focus: Cornell Enology Extension Program Announces 2018 ENOCERT Courses
Awards: Terry Acree receives 2018 ASEV Merit Award

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Featured VideoIt's All About the Genes: Wine Color

Issue 33, May 2018

Research Focus: Expanding the Use of Under-Vine Cover Crops in NY Vineyards
Staff Focus: Five Questions for Demi Perry
Student Focus: V&E Senior Capstones Making a Difference for NY
Grapes 101: Potassium - From the Soil to The Wine

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Featured Video: Cover Crops in the Vineyard

Issue 34, August 2018

RESEARCH FOCUS: Sensors Provide Information to Guide Variable-Rate Mechanical Fruit Thinning and Prevent Overcropping of Concord Grapes
FEATURED VIDEO: Adjusting a grape harvester for crop estimation or crop thinning
FACULTY FOCUS: Five Questions for Jason Londo
STUDENT FOCUS:The Vanden Heuvel Lab’s Visiting Student from Across the Pond: Sam Kozlowski
GRAPES 101:What Happens from Véraison to Harvest?
AWARDS:Grapevine Management Work Nets Cornell Doctoral Student Three Awards
Plant Pathology Doctoral Student Receives the 2018 Gilmer Award
Viticulture and Enology Doctoral Students win ASEV Awards for Best Presentations

RESEARCH IN PLAIN ENGLISH: Control of Sour Rot via Chemical and Canopy Management Techniques