Molt: To shed a cuticle or exoskeleton during a growth phase.
Molt: To cast or shed the feathers, skin, or the like, that will be replaced by a new growth. In snakes, molting refers to “shedding the skin”. …
Eric Stafne, Universidad Estatal de Misisipi
Abundancia de tubos de crecimiento en un viñedo recién plantado. Foto por Patty Skinkis, Universidad Estatal de Oregon.
Los tubos de crecimiento pueden ser una herramienta útil cuando las vides son jóvenes, consiguiendo un …
Symptoms Management Life Cycle More Info
Phil Mulder, Oklahoma State University and Kevin Ker, Brock University
The Multicolored Asian Lady Beetle (MALB) is distinguished from other lady beetles by the “M” (or “W”, depending on how you view the beetle!) …
Symptoms Control More info
Phil Mulder, Oklahoma State University
Spider mite infestation on underside of leaf. Photo by David Gent, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Bugwood.org.
Symptoms and Monitoring
Feeding from spider mites may cause early-season discoloration (i.e., yellowing and bronzing) …
Tim Martinson and Wayne Wilcox, Department of Horticulture and Department of Plant Pathology and Plant Microbe Biology, Cornell University
Mature (dark) and immature cleistothecia on a leaf. The number of mature cleistothecia present at the end of one growing season
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by Conch Beery, Texas Tech University, and Brent Trela*, Texas Tech University
During the last 10 years the US wine market has become increasingly saturated, making it difficult to …
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There are numerous resources for general insect management on grapes. Some of the recommended resources are listed below. For information on specific insects, see below.
Why Prune? When to Prune Pruning Mature Vines Cane Pruning Spur Pruning Pruning Terms
David W. Lockwood, University of Tennessee / University of Georgia
Why is Pruning Necessary?
- eliminate dead, broken, or diseased wood
- eliminate older, non-productive, or
Dr. Patty Skinkis is the Viticulture Extension Specialist and Associate Professor at Oregon State University. Through her Extension program, she develops various programs to meet the needs of the statewide wine grape industry in Oregon. Patty has a Ph.D. in …