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

By |June 10th, 2021|

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

Use of GPS for improved and more sustainable vineyard management

By |May 12th, 2021|

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

[Case study] Optimize vineyard management

By |April 15th, 2021|

As in every industry, also in viticulture, it’s essential to make the right business decisions every day: be it operational decisions like when to spray, for how long to irrigate, decisions about how to manage the teams, or decisions about

Sustainable vineyard pest control

By |March 9th, 2021|

Although humans are cultivating grapes since ancient times, growing grapes is not an easy job. A lot of knowledge is required by growers to produce quality grapes. Often, growers ask us when is the best time for spraying against pests

Announcing a new robotics-based solution for crops frost protection

By |November 20th, 2020|

ELMIBIT developers of eVineyard software solutions and its partners will, in the scope of the ACROCrop project, develop a new robotics-based solution for protecting crops against frost losses.

Tips for small family-owned vineyard farms to improve business

By |September 18th, 2020|

An important part of growing winegrapes is also making business. While some growers concentrate only on the farming aspect and sell grapes to wineries, others process the grapes into wine or juice and sell it on-site, on the local market,

Importance of Bees in Vineyards and their Protection

By |May 19th, 2020|

When you think of winegrowing, you might not think of bees as they are not needed in the production of grapes. Grapevines are hermaphrodites, have both male and female reproductive organs, and can self-fertilize (are wind-pollinated). However, bees are essential

Tips on vineyard work organization during the virus epidemic

By |April 20th, 2020|

In this fast-changing world, we are somewhat used to non-stop changing circumstances at work. However, when a bigger “disaster” of any kind hits us, we see how vulnerable we all are. A nice example is the latest epidemic of the

Merry Christmas and successful 2020!

By |December 23rd, 2019|

The most festive time of the year is just around the corner. Although this time of the year supposed to be a bit more relaxed to look back on past year accomplishments, that’s not the case for several wineries, as

Evaluating grapevine winter chilling requirements

By |November 19th, 2019|

Growth and development of grapevines are strongly influenced by the weather. While in the growing period, a certain amount of warmth needs to accumulate in order for grapes to ripen properly, during the winter, grapevine requires a certain amount of