Proceedings of the 2009 Texas Viticulture & Enology Research Symposium

   

Granbury Resort Conference Center
Granbury, Texas
June 2-3, 2009

Using Pheromone Traps to Predict Infestation by Grape Berry Moth in the Texas Gulf Coast Region. Fritz Westover, Texas AgriLife Extension

Physiology of Field-Grown Cool, Warm, and Hot-Climate Grape Varieties in West Texas. Dr. Thayne Montague, Texas Tech University and Texas AgriLife Research

Evaluation of Regulated Deficit Irrigation in West Texas. Dr. Ed Hellman, Texas AgriLife Extension and Texas Tech University

Using Rootstocks to Enhance Grape and Wine Quality and Vineyard Sustainable Practices. Dr. Peter Cousins, grape rootstock breeder and geneticist, USDA-ARS

Enterprise Budgets as a Tool for Commercial Vineyard Management in Texas. Daniel Pate, Texas Tech University

Fungi Associated With Grapevine Dieback in Central Texas Vineyards. Penny Adams, Texas AgriLife Extension

Chemical Properties and Anti-Cancer Effects of Texas Wines. Dr. Susanne Talcott, Texas A&M University

Nutrient Status of Texas Winegrapes and Potential Impacts to Wine Stability. Dr. Brent Trela, Texas Tech University and Texas AgriLife Extension

Sensory Evaluation of the 2007 Texas A&M Commercial Wine Chemistry Trials. Mike Sipowicz, Texas AgriLife Extension

Characterizing the Winegrowing Regions of Texas: An Application of GIS Technology. Elvis Takow, Texas AgriLife Research

Characterization of Nematode Species on the High Plains and in West Texas and Development of Appropriate Cultural Practices to Reduce Impact on Wine Grape Production. Teresa Burns, Texas AgriLife Extension

Today’s Choices: U.S. Wine Consumption Trends. Dr. Natalia Kolyesnikova, Texas Tech University

Market Segmentation Analysis to Target Texas Wine Consumers. Dr. Natalia Kolyesnikova, Texas Tech University

Wine and Juice Oxidation.  Patricia Howe, research enologist and winemaker, Napa Valley, California

Biology of the Green June Beetle and Achrastenus griseus, a Bud-Boring Weevil, Fran Pontasch, Texas AgriLife Extension

Influence of Wind on Gas Exchange of Field-Grown Cabernet Sauvignon in West Texas. Dr. Thayne Montague, Texas Tech University and Texas AgriLife Research

Leafroll Virus in Texas. Penny Adams, Texas AgriLife Extension

Investigation of Spray Timing of Boron and Effects on Yields of Blanc du Bois Winegrapes. Fritz Westover, Texas AgriLife Extension

Evaluation of Abscisic Acid to Delay Budburst of Grapevines. Dr. Ed Hellman, Texas AgriLife Extension and Texas Tech University

 

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