Learn more about the research being done under the Canadian Agricultural partnership Grape & Wine Science Cluster.
The national Grape & Wine cluster activities will have an impact in all provinces across Canada involved in the grape and wine industry. Therefore, knowledge mobilization and technology transfer initiatives are must be accessible to end-users across the country to ensure maximum adoption and impact. Through partnering with academic, federal and provincial research institutions across the country involved in the cluster, new knowledge and technology transfer (KTT) initiatives will be developed and pre-existing , successful programs exploited for this purpose. Each activity has their own KTT initiatives, as well as CGCN is leading Activity 23 which is exclusively focused on sharing the KTT developed in the cluster with the Grape & Wine Industry.
Sudarsana Poojari of CCOVI and Jill Page of CGCN presented an update on Grapevine Virus at the 2019 Ontario Craft Wine Conference & Trade Show.