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"Oregon Viticulture is a comprehensive, easy-to-use guide to successful strategies and methods for commercial vineyards in Oregon that will be extremely valuable both for current winegrape growers and for prospective growers." "The structure and physiology of grapevines is concisely summarized, and viticulture principles are introduced throughout the book. Standard production practices are described, and separate chapters discuss sustainable viticulture practices and organic grape growing. In addition, Oregon Viticulture addresses important business management topics not usually found in similar books, including economics, marketing and contracts, compliance with government regulations, and labor management." Commercial winegrape growers, students, researchers, serious home viticulturists, and individuals with a strong interest in Northwest wines and the wine industry will find Oregon Viticulture to be a valuable reference and easy-to-use textbook and guide.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780870715549
  • Publisher: Oregon State University Press
  • Publication date: 6/1/2003
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 264
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Contributors
Acknowledgments
History and Character of the Oregon Wine Industry 1
Grapevine Structure and Function 5
I Vineyard Planning 20
1 Vineyard Economics 21
2 Wine Production Costs and Returns 38
3 Site Assessment 44
4 Winegrowing Regions 51
5 Varieties and Clones 70
6 Rootstocks 79
7 Vineyard Design 82
8 Training Systems 87
9 Scott Henry Training System 91
II Vineyard Development 97
10 Site Preparation 98
11 Planting Stock 101
12 Planting and Managing a Young Vineyard 105
13 Training Young Vines 110
14 Microirrigation Design Considerations 115
III Vineyard Management 125
15 Marketing and Contracts 126
16 Sustainable Viticulture 134
17 The Organic Approach 137
18 Soil Management and Grapevine Nutrition 143
19 Water Management 163
20 Floor Management 167
21 Pruning 173
22 Canopy Management 177
23 Management of Diseases 185
24 Management of Insect and Mite Pests 197
25 Winter Cold Injury 206
26 Strategies for Frost Protection 213
27 Labor Management 218
28 Compliance with Government Regulations 225
29 Crop Estimation and Thinning 231
30 Evaluation and Winegrape Maturity 235
31 Harvest 246
Epilogue: Looking to the Future 251
Oregon's Winegrowing Challenges 251
Southern Oregon's Untapped Potential 252
Enhancing Economic Success and Professionalism 254
Index 257
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