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BC Growing Degrees Days Update - May 2022

Posted Jun 3rd, 2022 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Summerland RDC - BC Growing Degree Days Update May 2022

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BC Growing Degrees Days Update - April 2022

Posted May 2nd, 2022 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Summerland RDC - BC Growing Degree Days Update April 2022

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Nova Scotia Bud Hardiness Report No. 12

Posted Apr 19th, 2022 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Kentville RDC - Final 2021-22 Nova Scotia Bud Hardiness Report

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Grape Hardiness Update for Early April 2022 - BC

Posted Apr 11th, 2022 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Summerland RDC - Grape Hardiness Update for Early April 2022 BC

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Québec Bud Hardiness Monitoring for Winter 2021-22 - Update #10

Posted Apr 4th, 2022 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

10th report on bud cold hardiness monitoring in Québec for winter 2021-22.

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Québec Bud Hardiness Monitoring for Winter 2021-22 - Update #9

Posted Apr 4th, 2022 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Ninth report on bud cold hardiness monitoring in Québec for winter 2021-22.

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Grape Hardiness Update for Late March 2022 - BC

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

Summerland RDC - Grape Hardiness Update for Late March 2022 BC

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Nova Scotia Wine Grape Deep Freeze Events: Climate Trends, Considerations, and Pruning

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

Kentville RDC - Climate trends, considerations, and pruning tips after a deep freeze event

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Nova Scotia Bud Hardiness Report No. 11

Posted Mar 31st, 2022 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Kentville RDC - Nova Scotia Bud Hardiness Report No. 11

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Grape Hardiness Update for Mid-March 2022 - BC

Posted Mar 21st, 2022 in Cold Hardiness and Climate Change

Summerland RDC - Grape Hardiness Update for Mid-March 2022 BC

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