New Jersey Center for Wine Research and Education Website Launch The New Jersey Center for Wine Research and Education (NJCWRE) is an organization within the Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station dedicated to serving the New Jersey wine industry by generating and relaying current science-based information, and by unifying industry members and those who serve […]
31st Annual Grape Expectations Symposium The program includes experience and perspective from wine consultants, university faculty, as well as commercial producers. The emphasis is on quality grape and wine production. The morning session will start with an in-depth discussion of the newly detected grape virus known as Red Blotch. As is our tradition at Grape Expectations, […]
New Gloucester County Agricultural Agent Dr. Gohil joined Rutgers in 2015 as wine grape and fruit Agent. He has worked with wine grapes in California’s Central Valley and Eastern Washington State, a region known for its premium quality wine. His graduate training is in the area of applied whole-plant physiology with emphasis on the role of environmental factors […]
eXtension America’s Research-Based Learning Network June 13, 2014 Gary Pavlis, Rutgers University Dr. Pavlis has been a professor and agricultural agent at Rutgers University for 28 years. His areas of expertise are blueberry and grape/wine production. (Read more…) Gary Pavlis is the inspiration for the segment of the NJCWRE blog titled Gary’s Pulpit.
Plant & Pest Advisory FEBRUARY 26, 2015 JACK RABIN Plastic Pesticide Container Recycling Dates The NJ Dept. of Ag, Helena Chemical, Allied Recycling, and the Cumberland County Solid Waste Complex are offering dates for free plastic pesticide container recycling disposal. These are offered to agricultural, professional and commercial applicators holding a NJDEP Pesticide Applicators License. State, […]
Plant & Pest Advisory FEBRUARY 27, 2015 JIM MURPHY Winter Thaw about to Begin Winter thaw: the most common time “nonpoint” or “runoff” phosphorus pollution enters lakes and streams. As managers of landscapes, we need to keep in mind that: Sediment is the primary source of phosphorus (large quantities […]