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Grape - Fall Content


Eichhorn-Lorenz Phenological Stages

Edith Byrne, Association Program Educator I
Lake Erie Regional Grape Program

January 20, 2013

Eichhorn-Lorenz Phenological Stages:

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Upcoming Events

Farm Food Safety Training with GAPs

January 12 - January 13, 2015
8:30 am Registration, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Training
Geneva, NY

Cornell Cooperative Extension, the Produce Safety Alliance, and the Cornell National GAPs Program, with assistance from New York Department of Agriculture & Markets, will be presenting a training for farm food safety or Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs)

Open to all fresh produce farms and related industry people.
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NY FarmNet Farm Business Transfer Conference

January 13 - January 14, 2015
Tuesday 11:00 am - 6:00 pm, Wednesday 7:30 am - 3:00 pm
East Syracuse, NY

Choosing and developing future farm managers is the focus of, "Who Will Manage Your Farm Tomorrow," slated for January 13th-14th at the DoubleTree Hotel in East Syracuse. This conference provides farm families and their advisors critical information for helping the next generation find success on the farm and identifies effective management transfer strategies to implement.
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B.E.V. NY Exhibitor Registration

February 26 - February 28, 2015
7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Henrittea, NY

TO BE PART OF B.E.V. NY 2015 !!
February 27th & 28th

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Dr. Kees van Leeuwen - Cabernet Franc in Bordeaux

Dr. Kees van Leeuwen is a professor of viticulture at the University of Bordeaux. His work focuses on the effects of environment on terroir. He is also the viticulture consultant for Chateau Cheval Blanc in St. Emilion, one of the premier producers in Bordeaux, which uses a high percentage of Cabernet Franc in its wines.

Dr. van Leeuwen visited the Finger Lakes in late October, 2014 and presented a seminar to the region's industry about the role of Cabernet Franc in Bordeaux production, and some of the results of research that he and others have done on the variety over the past several years. Dr. van Leeuwin was kind enough to give his permission for us to share the slides from his presentation to the industry. You can find them by clicking here.

Clarification on Use of "Volunteer" Labor in NY

Clarification on use of "Volunteer" labor in New York businesses click here for details....

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