A guide for prospective grape growers in Texas. Published in 2020.
This Grapevine Disorder pocket guide was created to provide an easy-to-use reference for Texas grape growers trying to identify potential biotic and abiotic problems in their vineyards. This guide may help you to both identify the problem and take the necessary action to mitigate economic loss. (Author: Michael Cook. 170 pages.) Go to: HT-102 to order printed copies.
This new 2020 guide provides recommendations for common insect pests, fungal diseases, and weed management for vineyards in Texas. Go to: HT-085S to order printed copies in Spanish. By: Justin Scheiner, Jim Kamas, Pierre Helwi.
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