Wine Industry Newsletter

Since 1981 the Wine Industry Newsletter has been providing the Western Australian wine industry with information on research, development, extension and technical articles. It provides readers with information in a brief and simple format with each issue released on a quarterly basis.

WIN volume 120

Welcome to the latest edition of DAFWA's Wine Industry Newsletter featuring an update on the recent Winemakers' trial forum, Wine Australia's regional program for 2016/2017, DAFWA's MyPestGuide app, VinSites and locust activity.

WIN volume 119

This June edition; introduces a program aiming to deliver concise reports on WA grape production, researchers provide an update on a Cabernet genomic project, PhD study heads overseas hunting downy mildew, growers are asked to keep an eye out for an exotic pest, a summary of DAFWA's vintage, an...

WIN Volume 118

This March edition covers biosecurity plans, biotechnologies (Cabernet) workshop summary, new WAVIA website and Chairman's report, tips on soil testing, Entwine Australia, an agrochemical update, news of ChemClear's WA schedule and entrepreneur's program.

WIN Volume 117

This edition of the WIN features the release of a new biosecurity and surveilance app, export market developments, insect and mite update, a wrap up of recent workshops, soil health tips, students learning about wine science and a list of upcoming industry events.

WIN Volume 116

Articles in this edition include the new viticulture spray guide, new fungicide resistance and management guidelines, an update on insects and mites, winemakers' trial tasting, clones explained, organic innovation, an update from WAVIA, WoWA news and a list of upcoming industry events.

WIN Volume 115

This edition of the WIN features the release of a new weather app, an update on insect and mite monitoring, a new biosecurity appointment, DAFWA weather app, biological management tools field day, obligations of wine industry employers and upcoming events.

WIN Volume 114

Topics covered in this edition include an update on recent bushfire events, WA wine industry meeting with PM, mealybug observations, a current biosecurity risk assessment, irrigation assessments, DAFWA wine lab upgrade,  and upcoming field days.

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