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WINERIES and the HOLIDAYS:  Inseparable Partners in Making the Season Merry

WINERIES and the HOLIDAYS: Inseparable Partners in Making the Season Merry

By: Cheryl Gray With the holiday season comes infinite ways to celebrate the fruit of vineyards from coast-to-coast. Wineries and ...
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HERBICIDE DRIFT:  A Common Issue Affecting Vineyards Worldwide

HERBICIDE DRIFT: A Common Issue Affecting Vineyards Worldwide

By: Judit Monis, Ph.D. and Brian D. Kaider, Esq. Last July, Judit was invited to speak to a group of ...
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Wine Industry 2019 Email Benchmark Results

Wine Industry 2019 Email Benchmark Results

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Don’t Get Caught Off Guard During Wildfire Season: Tips for Your Winery

Don’t Get Caught Off Guard During Wildfire Season: Tips for Your Winery

By: Markel Corp. Weather conditions and natural disasters occasionally take a toll on vineyards and other agricultural production systems. Due ...
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Rethinking Trellis Viability in the Age of Mechanization

Rethinking Trellis Viability in the Age of Mechanization

By: Tracey L. Kelley Initially, when conceptualizing this article, we wanted to present the feasibility, maintenance and costs of the ...
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Exploring the Diverse:  Wines Within the Columbia Gorge Wine Region

Exploring the Diverse: Wines Within the Columbia Gorge Wine Region

By: Becky Garrison The Columbia Gorge Wine Region is defined by the Columbia River that cuts through the Cascade Mountain ...
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Paradisos del Sol:  An Organic Vineyard Paradise

Paradisos del Sol: An Organic Vineyard Paradise

By: Nan McCreary, Sr. Staff Writer, The Grapevine Magazine When Paul Vandenberg was 10-years-old, he would wait eagerly for his ...
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How Vineyards Should Tackle the Task of Dormant Weed Control

How Vineyards Should Tackle the Task of Dormant Weed Control

By: Alyssa L. Ochs Like all plants that are grown commercially or even as backyard hobbies, grapevines are not immune ...
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Post-Harvest Vineyard Maintenance: Tips to Finish the Year Off Right

Post-Harvest Vineyard Maintenance: Tips to Finish the Year Off Right

By: Alyssa L. Ochs Although the busy time of harvesting grapes is winding down or has ended for many vineyards, ...
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Enforcing Your Trademarks: How Far Should You Go?

Enforcing Your Trademarks: How Far Should You Go?

Legal Protection word cloud concept By: Brian D. Kaider, Esq. You’ve secured federal registration for your trademarks and you’ve been ...
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