Finger Lakes Grape Program Enrollment

Program Areas

  • Pest Management
  • Vineyard Nutrition
  • Crop Management
  • Market Development
  • Farm Business

Enrollment Benefits

  • Vineyard Consultations
  • Finger Lakes Vineyard Update
  • Semi-monthly Finger Lakes Vineyard Notes
  • Educational Meetings & Conferences
  • Discounted Conference Registration Fees

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Newsletter

Finger Lakes Vineyard Updates - The FLGP's electronic newsletter delivered weekly during the growing season, containing timely reminders on pest management, cultural practices, weather conditions, and meeting notices. Articles are brief and focused on current vineyard tasks and relevant research. Links to online resources are provided within the message. Hard copies of the Vineyard Update are available for an additional $35 per year.

Finger Lakes Vineyard Notes - The Vineyard Notes newsletter will no longer be published beginning in 2018. Enrollees in the FLGP will continue to receive the Finger Lakes Vineyard Update. Past issues of the Vineyard Notes newsletters are available from the Cornell Library at https://newcatalog.library.cornell.edu/catalog/6148131.

Articles are written by Viticulture Extension Specialist Hans Walter-Peterson, Statewide Grape IPM Specialist Tim Weigle, Cornell faculty and other guest authors, and cover all aspects of grape production, including pruning and training, fertilization, pest management, farm business management, and marketing.

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Upcoming Events

In-Person Class- Pesticide Applicator Exam Training

December 9 - December 16, 2020
12.9.20 1pm-5pm 12.10.20 1pm-3pm
Penn Yan, NY

CCE Yates will be offering small classes for those wishing to prepare to take their pesticide applicator exam. The training will cover the safe handling of pesticides, rules and regulations, formulations and much more. This course is not a 30-hour course. The training will take place in the Yates County Auditorium and pre-registration is required. 
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Modeling and monitoring how grapevines gain and lose cold hardiness

December 16, 2020
3:00 - 4:30 PM

Guest speakers Dr. Jason Londo, USDA-ARS scientist, and Dr. Jim Willwerth, Brock University,will discuss their research and outreach programs and how they can help Eastern growers manage and sometimes prevent winter injury.

To register: https://extension.psu.edu/modeling-and-monitoring-how-grapevines-gain-and-lose-cold-hardiness

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2021 Pesticide Training and Recertification Series

Event Offers DEC Credits

February 2 - February 23, 2021
7:00pm-9:30pm, Exam 6:00pm-10:00pm
Canandaigua, NY


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Announcements

Spotted Lanternfly Found in Ithaca, NY

A population of spotted lanternfly (SLF) has been found in Ithaca, New York, just off the Cornell University campus.

They were found on their favorite host plant, another invasive species, tree of heaven (Ailanthus altissima). However, SLF also feeds on many other trees and plants, which, unfortunately, includes grapevines. With New York State's important Finger Lakes grape-growing region and wine industries so close to Ithaca, state agencies and pest-control experts are particularly concerned about this pest's impact in the region.


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