The Department of Viticulture and Enology has a great line-up of presenters who will bring the latest information on new varieties, mechanization and quality issues for large and high- value producers, selective harvesting methods including on-the-go sorting technology, the implications, pricing and affordability of remote sensing technology in vineyards, and ways to manage color in warm climates using mechanization and irrigation, and more.
Plan to spend some time with us on April 25 to learn how the latest vineyard mechanization and sensing systems may benefit your grape and wine operations.
Practical indoor and vineyard equipment presentations by faculty, industry guests, and graduate student researcher are planned.
Click here for program information and registration. Advance registration by April 18.