Symptoms of gray mold in table grapes are visible in various aerial organs of the plant, flowers, tender shoots and berries from veraison to harvest and also postharvest.
California grape growers in coastal areas can use less water during times of drought and cut irrigation levels without affecting crop yields or quality, according to a new study out of the University of California, Davis.
A representative of Chile's Uvanova offers an analysis of the measure being taken to boost sales after heavy rainfalls caused losses to table grapes
Mealybugs are a major pest for table grape growers, but some of their oldest enemies can be used to help control them. Check out part two of this guide to find out how.
The nice weather and moderate winter in California make the state particularly attractive to mealybugs. Check out this guide from UAV-IQ on how to use biocontrol methods to monitor them in your vineyard.