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Year 4 Grape & Wine Science Cluster Research Update

Year 4 Grape & Wine Science Cluster Research Update

Posted Sep 7th, 2022 in Cluster Updates & Events, Research

Learn more about the research being done under the Canadian Agricultural partnership Grape & Wine Science Cluster.

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Horticultural Oils for Grape Pest Management

Horticultural Oils for Grape Pest Management

Posted Sep 13th, 2022 in Crop Protection and Monitoring, Research, Resources

Read a new report from Dr. Tom Lowery (AAFC Summerland) on various horticultural oils that can be used to manage pests in the vineyard.

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Year 3 Grape & Wine Science Cluster Research Update

Year 3 Grape & Wine Science Cluster Research Update

Posted Apr 26th, 2021 in Cluster Updates & Events, Research

Learn more about the research being done under the Canadian Agricultural partnership Grape & Wine Science Cluster.

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Year 2 Grape & Wine Science Cluster Research Update

Year 2 Grape & Wine Science Cluster Research Update

Posted May 20th, 2020 in Research, Cluster Updates & Events

Learn more about the research being done under the Canadian Agricultural partnership Grape & Wine Science Cluster.

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Year 1 Grape & Wine Science Cluster Research Update

Year 1 Grape & Wine Science Cluster Research Update

Posted Mar 13th, 2019 in Research, Cluster Updates & Events

Learn more about the research being done under the Canadian Agricultural partnership Grape & Wine Science Cluster.

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Terroir Analysis of the Nova Scotia Wine Growing Region 2017

Terroir Analysis of the Nova Scotia Wine Growing Region 2017

Posted Jul 17th, 2018 in Research

The main goal of the Terroir Analysis of the Nova Scotia Wine Growing Region 2017 project is to determine which varieties are more suitable for our environmental conditions, specifically for the targeted wine styles.

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