Climate Change and Wine Grape Spring Frost Risk

Posted Jan 14th, 2022 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Kentville Research and Development Centre

Nova Scotia Wine Grapes: Will a Changing Climate Mean a Change in Spring Frost Risk?

Attached, from Dr. Harrison Wright and Jeff Franklin, is an analysis of how the climate has been changing in Nova Scotia over the past 100+ years and the possible implications on the frost risk for grapevines. 

Click here to read the full report

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