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Posts Tagged: Frost Protection

Biological frost control strategies reduce crop damage

Frost damage apple tree. Photo by Jack Kelly Clark

Reprint of UC Delivers article The Issue   Frost damage persistently limits the production of many important crops and costs California agriculture up to $1 billion annually. Flowers of deciduous fruit and nut trees, vegetables and...

Posted on Monday, April 8, 2019 at 1:49 PM
  • Author: UC Delivers
Focus Area Tags: Agriculture

Viticulture Newsletter

Vineyard in Alexander Valley

Learn about the new online temperature inversion data for sites in the Russian River watershed.  This data can be used to help determine if wind machines could be part of a solution for frost protection. Read all about it in the April 2014...

Posted on Monday, May 12, 2014 at 9:34 AM
Tags: Frost Protection (2), NOAA (1), Viticulture (6)
 
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