Ronald Larson

Vineyards and the Environment (2-Tape Session)


Unified Wine & Grape Symposium ~ 2000

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Environmental issues and pressures are shaping the future of viticulture. Pesticide use and non-point source water pollution top the industry's agenda as the two major environmental issues, both of which will be examined extensively in this intense session aimed at addressing the way we will farm in the next century. Creating a win-win for agriculture and the environment -Jeff Dlott, PhD, Dlott and Associates Consulting

Best Management Practices and Partnerships to Protect our Resources

Regulatory Pressures on Pest Management Tools- Paul Gosselin, Interim Chief Deputy Director, Cal/EPA Department of Pesticide Regulation

Pesticide Partnerships and How They've Worked in the Lodi-Woodbridge District; Steve Quashnick, Lodi-Woodbridge Winegrape Commission Research Committee Chair

Developing Cooperative Hillside Agricultural Practices that Protect Our Water Resources - Mary Bianchi, UC Farm Advisor

FQPA Grape Partnership Project/CAWG Resource Guide on Vineyard Environmental Issues - Jenny Broome, PhD, U.C. Davis