Viticulture and Small Fruits
The University of California Cooperative Extension for Kern County is pleased to announce that the 2022 SSJV Grape Symposium will occur on Tuesday, January 25, 2022, from 8 am to 12:00 pm.
The symposium will be held virtually at https://ucanr.zoom.us/j/94524463270?pwd=bDBhYkVQeGU0d2RhZlk4WVR6aC9qQT09.
Attendance is free, but advance registration is required at https://ucanr.edu/grapes2022.
Here is the symposium agenda.
Tian Tian, PhD, Farm Advisor
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Minerva Gonzalez, Viticulture Laboratory Assistant
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The Viticulture Farm Advisor provides a broad based, off-campus education and research program in the fields of viticulture (with an emphasis on table and wine grapes), small fruits production, post-harvest handling, pest/pathogen management, agricultural associations, governmental agencies and homeowners in Kern County. Major duties include providing information to grape growers on the latest and most efficient means of production viticulture through a variety of methods such as newsletters, media, consultations and commodity meetings. Current research includes monitoring and control of Pierce's disease in Kern County, use of rootstocks for table grape production, cultural practices for table grape production and efficacy of pre-harvest fungicides for post-harvest life of table grapes.
Here is a link to Tian's 2021 Grape Day Presentation: https://ucanr.edu/sites/Kern22/files/355927.pdf