• How to decide when to apply fungicides in vineyards?

    How to decide when to apply fungicides in vineyards

    No matter where on Earth you grow your grapes, nor what kind of pest management approach you are following: conventional, integrated, or organic, you have to apply fungicides to control or prevent grape fungal diseases to be able to harvest healthy grapes.  Depending on the weather, pest management approach, presence of disease, and fungicides used […] Read more


  • [Case study] eVineyard helps with decision making and improve vineyard management

    [Case study] eVineyard helps with decision making and improve vineyard management

    eVineyard is a vineyard management software that helps winegrowers worldwide with decision-making, lowering production costs, and improving vineyard management. A part of eVineyard software also represents a decision support system – an interactive software-based system intended to help decision-makers identify and solve problems and make decisions. eVineyard’s decision support system is very useful for integrated […] Read more


  • Field experiment: Can UAVs (drones) be used to prevent frost damage in the vineyard?

    Field experiment Can UAVs (drones) be used to prevent frost damage in the vineyard

    Summary: Frost events during the grapevine growing season can cause extensive frost damage and thus enormous economic losses for winegrowers across the globe. As active frost protection measures can be very costly, we looked into the possibility of using UAVs (large, machine-powered drones), which are getting more and more space in the viticulture industry – […] Read more


  • Winter harvest and Ice wine production

    Winter harvest and Ice wine production

    Long after the traditional harvest season has ended, some winemakers are still patiently waiting for their perfect moment to harvest grapes. They are waiting for the temperatures to drop sufficiently so that grapes will freeze on the vines, and they can start with the winter harvest and production of ice wine. Namely, grapes for ice […] Read more


  • Wine marketing & sales tips for the 2021 Holiday season

    Traditionally most wines are sold from September to December. In the US, wine sales start to rise for the Thanksgiving celebration, while in parts of Europe, with the celebration of St. Martin’s Day, and ends after the New Year on both continents. While the peak sale period is right before the start of the Christmas-New […] Read more


  • Get ready for grape harvest

    Get ready for grape harvest

    The best time of the year for vineyard owners, as well as the busiest and the most critical period of the year, has begun. While some winegrowers have already started with the grape harvest, others are still a month away from this moment. Although every harvest is slightly different, which is the beauty of working […] Read more


  • [Case study] Save 40 hours of work during each harvest month

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    Grape harvest is festive of its own: it’s the busiest time of the year and a crucial step towards a great vintage. During this period, the whole winery team is constantly working: grape pickers, grape logistics, the cellar operations, etc. are all in full swing. Everything has to be executed smoothly – and this is […] Read more


  • 5 tips to boost summer wine sales

    5 tips to boost summer wine sales

    Summer is the time of the year when most people get a bit more relaxed, go to summer holidays, eat ice-creams, have BBQs, and in general spend more time outdoors. Having this in mind when planning sales in your winery will help you boost summer wine sales. Although the summer of 2021 will not be […] Read more


  • [Case study] eVineyard helping save 10-30% of vineyard irrigation water and improve grape quality in California vineyards

    Grapevines, just like any other plants, require a certain amount of water to grow. As water availability can vary within one vineyard block, let alone between different vineyard blocks, winegrowers have to master water management to supply enough water to each vine. In order to produce quality grapes and consequently quality wine.  In California, US […] Read more


  • Use of GPS for improved and more sustainable vineyard management

    Use of GPS for improved and more sustainable vineyard management

    Vineyard management is constantly evolving based on new findings of growing grapes, managing vineyard resources, and with the development of new tools and technologies. A driver of those changes in the last couple of years has been the intensive development of Precision Viticulture (although the PV concept has started to developed already in the late […] Read more


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