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Assessing and Managing Grapevines in Response to Winter Injury
This publication describes how to assess grapevines after a winter injury and how to best manage them after they have been assessed.

Beautiful Home Grounds Through Simplified Methods

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e425

Staff members of Horticulture, Botany and Entomology
Issued  May 1971    44 pages   (Fil. 1) 

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations.  For current recommendations contact your local Extension Office.



Engineering a Modern Vineyard Trellis
In-depth description of establishing a vineyard trellis that is functional, durable, and economical. Sections include Trellis Posts and Wire for Trellises. 13 pp.

Garden Flowers

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e156

C.E. Wildon
Issued  February  1936   56 pages   (Fil. 1)

C.E. Wildon
Revised  June  1943   64 pages   (Fil. 2) 

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations.  For current recommendations contact your local Extension Office. 



Grape Berry Moth
Description of the Grape Berry Moth, a major pest of grapes in Michigan. Sections include Life History, Damage, Monitoring and Control. Includes color photographs.

Grape Mealybug
Description of the Grape Mealybug, a serious pest of pears. Sections include Life Stages, Host Range, Injury or Damage, Factors Affecting Abundance, Life History, Monitoring and Control. Color photographs included.

Grapevine Cold Hardiness: Mechanisms of Cold Acclimation, Mid-Winter Hardiness Maintenance, and Spring Deacclimation
In-depth analysis of cold hardiness in grapevines. Topics include physiology of cold hardiness, genotype and cultural influences on vine cold hardiness, the changes in hardiness over the dormant cycle, differences among cultivars and rootstock influences, and a brief projection about the potential for improving hardiness of cultivars. Tables and photographs included.

Mechanics for Avoiding Injury to Cold-Tender Grape Varieties
This publication describes two methods for avoiding winter injury to cold-tender grape varieties: hilling-up/taking-out procedure and a straw mulch procedure. Includes sample budgets for each of the two procedures.

Ornamental Vines for Michigan

Cooperative Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Bulletin e492
Home and Family Series
Former Misc. Series Circular E-3

Overview of the best types of ornamental vines for home plantings in Michigan. Includes a section with plant names and descriptions.

Carl S. Gerlach, Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning
Issued December 1965  16 pages   (Fil. 1)
 
Carl S. Gerlach, Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning
Issued November 1981  16 pages   (Fil. 2)

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your local Extension Office.



Phytophthora Root, Crown, and Fruit Rot of Vine Crops
Publication describes how Phytophthora root, crown and fruit rot damages vine crops. Sections include spores and spread, survival, and control. 5 pp.

Plants Listed as Beneficial to Wildlife

List taken from a Wisconsin DNR publication for hardiness zones 3 and 4. Organized by vines, shrubs, nut trees, other hardwoods, softwoods, non-natives to avoid, etc. 2 pp.



Pruning Deciduous Shrubs and Woody Vines
MSU Extension Service
Michigan State University
Extension Folder F281

Joseph T. Cox, Landscape Architecture; Fred B. Widmoyer, Horticulture
Reprinted June 1960 5 pages (Fil. 1)

Joseph T. Cox, Landscape Architecture; Fred B. Widmoyer, Horticulture
Issueed July 1966 5 pages (Fil. 1)

Archive copy of bulletin. Do not use for current recommendations. For current recommendations contact your local Michigan Extension office.

Pruning Grapevines in Michigan
This publication describes the process of pruning grapevines. Sections include Pruning Decisions, Pruning to Avoid Cold Damage, and Pruning and Disease Control.

Shrubs, Vines and Trees for Summer Color
Plant species suitable for providing summer color are described. Species of trees, shrubs and vines are described. Some drawings and photos, none in color, are provided. Revised March 1977; slightly revised June 1980. 23 pp.

Sources of Vines for Wine Grape Varieties
Listing of nurseries that sell wine grape varieties for both commercial and backyard growers. 3 pp.

The Construction of Equipment for Hilling-up and Taking-out Soil Around Grafted Grapevines
This publication describes how to construct equipment that will mound soil around grapevines in the fall and remove it in the spring in order to reduce the possibility of winter injury to grapevines. Many color photographs and tables included.

Vine Training Systems: What Purposes Do They Serve and What Attributes Are Most Important?
Description of vine training systems. Discusses why they are useful and what attributes they have. 5 pp.

Vineyard Establishment 1: Preplant Decisions
Discussion of the process of establishing a vineyard. Sections include Selecting a Vineyard Site, Designing a Vineyard, Obtaining Grapevines for Planting, and Preparing the Site. This publication is the first in a two-part series.

Vineyard Establishment 2: Planting and Early Care of Vineyards
Discussion of the process of establishing a vineyard. Sections include Preplanting Activities, Planting Vines, Steps Immediately After Planting, Year 1 Vine Management, Engineering A Modern Trellis, Year 2 Vine Management, and Year 3 Vine Management. This publication is the second in a two-part series.

Vineyard Scouting Calendar for Key Pests
Chart showing the appropriate time during a grape's life cycle to scout for various grape pests, insects and diseases.

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