Strategic Modernization of Enviroweather Stations Serving the Michigan Grape and Wine Industries

Research Date
2015
Authors
Larry Olsen, Jeffrey Andresen, Beth Bishop
Priorities
Climate Change, Crop Quality
Crop Categories
Grapes
Beverage Categories
Wine

Michigan State University s Enviroweather program provides Michigan s agriculture with online access to weather-based pest, crop and production management information for decision-making. By providing access to local weather data and tools, Enviroweather helps Michigan grape and wine producers understand the effects of weather on their crops and enables them to make relevant pest and production management decisions mitigating negative effects.

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This is the official website of the Michigan Craft Beverage Council. The Council has the mission to provide for research into Michigan agricultural products, such as fruits, hops and barley that are used in the production of Michigan wine, cider, beer, spirits and mixed spirit drinks.