A Multi-Faceted Approach to Managing Powdery Mildew on Organic Table Grapes in Southwest Idaho

Project Overview

Project Type: Farmer/Rancher
Funds awarded in 2008: $15,000.00
Projected End Date: 12/31/2009
Region: Western
State: Idaho
Principal Investigator:
Ariel Agenbroad
University of Idaho Extension

Annual Reports

Information Products


  • Fruits: grapes


  • Crop Production: cover crops, foliar feeding, organic fertilizers, application rate management
  • Education and Training: demonstration, display, extension, farmer to farmer, mentoring, networking, on-farm/ranch research, technical assistance
  • Farm Business Management: new enterprise development, marketing management, risk management, value added
  • Natural Resources/Environment: biodiversity
  • Pest Management: biological control, biorational pesticides, botanical pesticides, chemical control, cultural control, economic threshold, field monitoring/scouting, flame, integrated pest management, mulches - living, physical control, prevention, sanitation, weather monitoring
  • Soil Management: organic matter, soil quality/health
  • Sustainable Communities: new business opportunities, partnerships, public participation, urban/rural integration, sustainability measures
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