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BC Growing Degrees Days Update

BC Growing Degrees Days Update

Posted Sep 2nd, 2020 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Summerland RDC - BC Growing Degrees Days update August 2020

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BC Growing Degrees Days Update

BC Growing Degrees Days Update

Posted Aug 6th, 2020 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Summerland RDC - BC Growing Degrees Days update July 2020

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BC Growing Degrees Days Update

BC Growing Degrees Days Update

Posted Jul 8th, 2020 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Summerland RDC - BC Growing Degrees Days update June 2020

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BC Growing Degrees Days Update

BC Growing Degrees Days Update

Posted Jun 5th, 2020 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Summerland RDC - BC Growing Degrees Days update May 2020

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BC Growing Degrees Days Update

BC Growing Degrees Days Update

Posted May 11th, 2020 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Summerland RDC - BC Growing Degrees Days update

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BC Grape Hardiness for Late March

BC Grape Hardiness for Late March

Posted Apr 30th, 2020 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Grape bud hardiness reports for BC, Late March 2020.

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Nova Scotia Wine grape bud hardiness - Mid March 2020

Nova Scotia Wine grape bud hardiness - Mid March 2020

Posted Mar 26th, 2020 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Grape bud hardiness report for Nova Scotia, Mid March 2020.

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BC Grape Hardiness for Mid March

BC Grape Hardiness for Mid March

Posted Mar 16th, 2020 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Grape bud hardiness reports for BC, Mid March 2020.

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Nova Scotia Wine grape bud hardiness - Early March 2020

Nova Scotia Wine grape bud hardiness - Early March 2020

Posted Mar 6th, 2020 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Grape bud hardiness report for Nova Scotia, Early March 2020.

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Deep Freeze: perspective, wine grape bud viability assessment and lessons learned

Deep Freeze: perspective, wine grape bud viability assessment and lessons learned

Posted Mar 5th, 2020 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

This special report details the fallout from a low temperature event the Kentville Research Development Centre (KRDC) experienced on February 15, 2020. Compliments of Jeff Franklin and Dr. Harrison Wright at AAFC.

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