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July (No. 534)

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analytical services

  • Setting up a winery lab for under $15K

australian wine business

  • Education & training special: qualifications vs. experience: what do employers want?
  • Hong Kong: tax break opens platform for Asian access
  • Jeni Port: Imports leap as Gen Y experiments
  • USA retail sales report: Riesling a key driver in sales growth

earth-friendly wine

  • ‘Giving organic a go’ workshop highlights
  • Don’t waste waste: options for winery residuals

frost protection

  • Coonawarra’s frost-affected vines recover
  • Envy saves Shiraz at Best Wines

grapegrowing

  • Phylloxera special report: growers feel stress; Foster’s commended for destroying vines at Beavis; rootstock forum coverage
  • Simon Somogyi: Grower communication: a winery imperative

news

  • Clare Field Day draws big crowd
  • Supply situation gives industry a headache
  • WFA update: Carbon tool well received
  • Wine of France wants the market back

pruing solutions

  • Pruning: every vine’s an individual

vineyard spraying

  • Spray knowledge is powerful weapon

winemaking

  • Greg Howell: Do you want salt with that? The issue of chloride
  • Paul Bowyer: Part 2: Non-proteinaceous fining agents


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