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Grapes

New York state is ranked fourth in the nation for grape production and Cornell AgriTech has an important connection to the success of this industry. We cover the spectrum of grower needs in the areas of grape breeding, best horticultural practices and disease and pest management. In the past 100 years, Cornell AgriTech has released 59 juice, table and wine grape varieties adapted to cool climates. Our experts are at the forefront of evolving disease and pest conditions in New York state and perform innovative research to help growers overcome challenges in order to produce the healthiest grapes possible.

 

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Our grape experts

Anna Katharine Mansfield

Associate Professor

Food Science

Anna Katharine Mansfield
Justine Vanden Heuvel

Associate Professor

Horticulture

Justine Vanden Heuvel
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Marc Fuchs

Professor

Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology

Marc Fuchs
Viruses
Emerging diseases
Grapes
Gregory Loeb

Professor

Entomology

Cornell AgriTech

Gregory Loeb
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Bruce Reisch

Professor

Horticulture

Cornell AgriTech

Bruce Reisch
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Lance Cadle-Davidson

Courtesy Associate Professor

Cornell AgriTech

Lance Cadle-Davidson
Katie Gold

Assistant Professor

Cornell AgriTech

School of Integrative Plant Science

Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Section

Katie Gold