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At the Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station

Grape phenology and GDD accumulation

GDD base 50 accumulated since April 1 = 1451
http://agebb.missouri.edu/weather/reports/gddTable.asp

Phenology stages according to the Modified E-L system
http://door.uwex.edu/files/2010/10/ModifiedEichhornLorennzsystem.pdf

Mars grape has begun to soften and color.

 

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Dr. Hwang’s team at ASEV

Dr. Chin-Feng Hwang, associate professor in the State Fruit Experiment Station, Darr School of Agriculture at Missouri State University (MSU) and four students; Surya Sapkota, an MSU/University of Missouri collaborative Ph.D. student; Logan Duncan, Mia Mann and Brigette Williams, all Plant Science Master’s students, attended the 66th American Society of Enology and Viticulture (ASEV) National Conference June 17-18 in Portland, Oregon.

Dr. Hwang'g group from left to right: Surya Sapkota, Logan Duncan, Dr. Hwang, Bridgette Williams, and Mia Mann.
Dr. Hwang’g group from left to right: Surya Sapkota, Logan Duncan, Dr. Hwang, Bridgette Williams, and Mia Mann.
Surya Sapkota presented a poster entitled “Genetic Study of Downy Mildew Resistance in Vitis aestivalis-derived ‘Norton’ Based Population”
Surya Sapkota presented a poster entitled “Genetic Study of Downy Mildew Resistance in Vitis aestivalis-derived ‘Norton’ Based Population”
Logan Duncan presented a poster entitled “Genetic Analysis of Dormant Rooting Potential in Vitis aestivalis-derived ‘Norton’ Grape”

Logan Duncan presented a poster entitled “Genetic Analysis of Dormant Rooting Potential in Vitis aestivalis-derived ‘Norton’ Grape”
Mia Mann presented a poster entitled “Interspecific Hybrid Identification and Linkage Map Construction of a Chambourcin x Cabernet Sauvignon Population”
Mia Mann presented a poster entitled “Interspecific Hybrid Identification and Linkage Map Construction of a Chambourcin x Cabernet Sauvignon Population”
Brigette Williams presented a poster entitled “Investigation into the Genetic Basis of Leaf Shape in Grapes”
Brigette Williams presented a poster entitled “Investigation into the Genetic Basis of Leaf Shape in Grapes”
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Digging potatoes

Randy Stout and Tom Barker dug up the LaSoda potatoes in the high tunnel today. The cabbage was harvested last week.

Tom (left) and Randy dig the LaSoda potatoes.
Tom (left) and Randy dig the LaSoda potatoes.
You can see them at the surface even before digging with the fork.
You can see them at the surface even before digging with the fork.
As Randy digs, Tom puts the taters in a 5 gallon bucket.
As Randy digs, Tom puts the taters in a 5 gallon bucket.
Here are the potatoes from the first row.
Here are the potatoes from the first row.
After harvest, the buckets are poured out over nursery cloth.
After harvest, the buckets are poured out over nursery cloth.
Then they are rinsed off.
Then they are rinsed off.
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Grape phenology and GDD accumulation

GDD base 50 accumulated since April 1 = 1274
http://agebb.missouri.edu/weather/reports/gddTable.asp

Phenology stages according to the Modified E-L system
http://door.uwex.edu/files/2010/10/ModifiedEichhornLorennzsystem.pdf

 

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Grape phenology and GDD accumulation

GDD base 50 accumulated since April 1 = 1117
http://agebb.missouri.edu/weather/reports/gddTable.asp

Phenology stages according to the Modified E-L system
http://door.uwex.edu/files/2010/10/ModifiedEichhornLorennzsystem.pdf

 

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Grape phenology and GDD accumulation

GDD base 50 accumulated since April 1 = 951
http://agebb.missouri.edu/weather/reports/gddTable.asp

Phenology stages according to the Modified E-L system
http://door.uwex.edu/files/2010/10/ModifiedEichhornLorennzsystem.pdf

 

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