This new 2017 guide provides pest management recommendations for common insect pest and fungal diseases of grapes by growth stages. (fungicide and insecticide tables) pgs.70. By: Jim Kamas, Ed Hellman, Justin Scheiner
This book outlines the challenges and risks and covers everything one needs to know for managing a successful vineyard including site selection, choosing appropriate rootstock and varieties, horticulture, pruning, canopy and floor management, disease and pest control, equipment and infrastructure. It helps potential growers answer the essential question of “Why do you want to plant a vineyard?” 250 pp, 162 color photos, maps, tables, indexed. By: Jim Kamas
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