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NE-1020 Cold Hardy Wine Grape Cultivar Trial

In conjunction with the Northeast Regional Research project NE-1020 “Multi-state evaluation of wine grape cultivars and clones,” Iowa State University established a cold hardy wine grape cultivar trial in 2008 at the ISU Horticulture Research Station (HRS), Ames, Iowa, and Tabor Home Vineyards and Winery (THV), Baldwin, Iowa.


The Effects of Canopy Management Practices on Fruit Quality of Northern-Hardy Interspecific Hybrids of Vitisspp

The recent release of interspecific hybrid grape cultivars that are hardy for the northern climates of the United States has led to a rapid expansion of the grape and wine industry in the Upper Midwest, as well as other cold-climate regions. These cultivars often exhibit high vegetative vigor and possess fruit quality concerns when their grapes are to be used in wine production.