Grape Hardiness Update for Late March 2022 - BC

Posted Apr 1st, 2022 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Summerland Research and Development Centre

Grape Hardiness Update for Late March 2022 - BC

Attached, from Carl Bogdanoff, are 2 files: the Winter Grape Bud Hardiness results and the Predicted Bud Hardiness chart for late March. The sampled hardiness levels were determined as average lethal temperature exotherms (LTE) measured on buds of several varieties by region collected on March 30th and 31st in the Okanagan Valley.

Click here to read the Winter Grape Bud Hardiness results

Click here to read the Predicted Bud Hardiness chart

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