WSU had many students and faculty participate in the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers Meeting, Convention and Trade Show, held Feb. 7-9. Here are some of the contributions made by WSU students and scientists:
Dr. James Moyer Ph.D., Associate Dean of Research, College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences
Do Agriculture, Grapes and Wine Fit into a World Class Education Institution?
Michelle Moyer Ph.D., Statewide V&E Extension Specialist
How Ignoring Basic Viticulture Tactics Can Mess up a Grower’s Bottom Line: Pests, Clean Plants, AgWeatherNet and More!
Disease by Phenology
Danielle Kleist, Director of Students Life, WSU Tri-Cities
Cover Letters-What it Says Before You Open Your Mouth
Charles Edwards Ph.D., Professor & Food Scientist
How Do You Know You Have a Microbial Problem? What Detection Method to Choose?
Thomas Henick-Kling Ph.D., Director, WSU Vicitulture & Enology
Microbial Spoilage of Wine and Its Prevention
Markus Keller Ph.D., Professor
Phenology and Growing Degree Days
The Perfect Climate for Wine – How Perfect is Washington?
Johnathan O’Hearn, WSU Entomology
Pest by Phenology
Jim Harbertson Ph.D., Associate Professor of Enology
Phenolics of Washington State Wines
First place: Lynn Mills
Second place: Sridhar Jarugula
Third Place: Prashant Swamy
First place: Margaret McCoy
Second place: Ben-Min Chang
Third place: Caroline Merrell
First place: Ashley Boren
Second place: Corydon Funk
Best Oral Presentation
Graduate: Zachary Cartwright
Undergraduate: Ashley Boren
Outreach and Technology Transfer Committee
Catherine Ann Jones
Farming by Phenology Program Advisors