Session

Water Monitoring and Management
Grapegrowing Technical Exhibits Tours

Water plays a relevant role in winegrape production as it affects the yield and quality attributes of the fruit. The west coast of the United States is confronted with one of the worst drought period in many years. Developing water saving strategies is an objective of current research as well as a goal of most of grape growers. This tour will focus on the latest tools to efficiently apply water and monitor irrigation needs in the vineyard. You will see new technologies that will help you understand water impact in vine growth, fruit yield, and quality.

Tour Leader:
Brad Petersen, Rawah Vineyards, California


Space is limited to 25 attendees per tour. Registration for tours will be onsite only, located in the designated room from where tours will start, 30 minutes before each tour begins. Enrollment onsite is on a first-come, first-served basis. However, only two representatives per company may enroll in the same tour. Selecting a tour during the registration process does not guarantee enrollment. You must be one of the first 25 attendees to show up in the designated room on-site for each tour.

Unified Symposium on Twitter

Loading tweets...

Commands