Scott Steinmaus, PhD - Horticulture and Crop Science Department, California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo
Cristina Lazcano, PhD - Natural Resources Management and Environmental Sciences, California Polytechnic State University
Connie Wong - Graduate Student, California Polytechnic State University. Effects of compost application on soil carbon and greenhouse gas emissions in wine grape production.
Jenna J. Merrilees - Graduate Student in Agriculture; Soil Science. Cover crop management tilling and grazing trial.
Conservation Burn and Biochar workshop 4/5/2019
Conservation Burn and Biochar workshop 4/4/2019
Conservation Burn and Biochar workshop 4/3/2019
Vineyard Team Technical Program Manager Dr. Craig Macmillan discusses the theory and assumptions behind crop estimation.
This meeting brought together experts, boots-in-the-field irrigators, and vineyard managers to share their knowledge and experience with drip irrigation system maintenance and repair.
Three safety handouts from the Shade Cloth and Night Safety Tailgate held June 28, 2018 at Monterey Pacific, Inc., Soledad, California.
Capturing images of grapes under bright light at night is used to estimate final vineyard yield.
A vision system mounted on a vehicle automatically and accurately estimates final vineyard yield.
An automated system was used during three growing seasons to monitor the change in tension in the load-bearing wire of a trellis to estimate yield in vineyards.
A survey of automated image processing methods for estimating final vineyard yield from images.
Improving Yield Estimates: You can improve the accuracy of your estimates when you think about the assumptions behind how and how much to sample. Slides from Dr. Craig Macmillan's talk at the Crop Estimation Tailgate-3/15/18
A brief summary of the key points made by Dr. Tim Miles during his talk at the February 23, 2018 Fungicide Resistance Tailgate.
Dr. Kendra Baumgartner, Research Plant Pathologist, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Crops Pathology and Genetics Research Unit- UC Davis, takes questions from the audience after providing an update on the state of our knowledge about trunk pathogens in young vines both in the nursery and the field. She also discusses management techniques to prevent infections and manage vines if they are infected.
Calculating how much fertilizer to apply or was applied is easy using these simple steps.
Use this helpful spreadsheet to calculate how much liquid fertilizer to apply or was applied.