Irrigation

   

See our fact sheet: Irrigation Scheduling of Grapevines with Evapotranspiration Data


Other Resources on Irrigation Scheduling

Irrigation of Winegrapes in California
Practical Winery and Vineyard

Water Management and Irrigation Scheduling
University of California Cooperative Extension, Tulare County

Water Management for Grapevines
University of California Cooperative Extension, Tulare County

Imposing Water Deficits to Improve Wine Quality and Reduce Costs
University of California Cooperative Extension, San Joaquin County

Winegrape Irrigation Scheduling Using Deficit Irrigation Techniques
University of California Cooperative Extension, San Joaquin County

Handbook - Deficit Irrigation of Quality Winegrapes Using Micro-Irrigation Techniques
University of California Cooperative Extension, San Joaquin County

Section A (Introduction)
Section B (Soil Water Resources)
Section C (Measuring Water Sources)
Section D (Vine Water Deficits Caused by Reduced Soil Water Availability)
Section E (Developing a Deficit Irrigation Strategy
Section F (Methods for Determining when to Begin Irrigation)
Section G (Developing the Irrigation Schedule)
Section H (Applying Irrigation Water)
Section I. (Monitoring Vine Performance to Evaluate Strategy)

Irrigation Systems and Materials

Selecting a Drip Irrigation System for Vineyards
California State University, Fresno

Drip Irrigation Must Apply Water Uniformly to be Efficient
University of California Cooperative Extension, Tulare County

Understanding Water Units
University of California Cooperative Extension, Tulare County

 

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