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Vine development

Vine phenology

  • What is the grapevine growth stage?

  • What percentage of buds have begun to open?

  • What percentage of flower buds have opened?

  • What is the average berry size in millimeters?

  • What percentage of berries have softened or turned color?

Canopy condition

  • What is the average shoot length in inches?

  • Describe the shoot tip below:

  • Active tips, long tendrils

  • Slowing tips, short tendrils

  • Last leaf covers tip

  • Tip stopped, brown apex

  • Tip is dead, fallen off

  • Describe the leaf condition:

  • Shiny, dark green

  • Dull green

  • Yellowish green

  • Basal leaves yellow-brown

  • Basal leaves defoliated

  • Has the block been leafed?

  • Has the block been trimmed?

  • Additional canopy comments:

  • Photos

Cluster condition

  • Cluster size

  • Cluster number

  • Cluster set

  • Percentage of clusters visible?

  • Additional fruit cluster comments:

Insect pests

Grape leafhoppers

  • Are grape leafhoppers causing visible injury?

  • What is the average number of nymphs per mid-shoot leaf?

  • Are leafhopper natural enemies present?

  • Which natural enemies are present?

  • Ladybeetles

  • Spiders

  • Anagrus parasitoid

  • Lacewings

  • Minute pirate bugs

  • Predaceous mites

  • Comments:

Thrips

  • Is thrips injury seen?

  • How many thrips are seen after tapping a shoot tip on white paper?

  • Comments:

Cutworms

  • Is cutworm injury seen?

  • Indicate where in the block injury is seen.

  • Comments:

Scale and mealybugs

  • Are scale or mealybugs seen?

  • European fruit leucanium scale?

  • Which life stages are seen?

  • Where is the pest seen?

  • Grape mealybug?

  • Which life stages are seen?

  • Where is the pest seen?

  • Vine mealybug?

  • Which life stages are seen?

  • Where is the pest seen?

  • If population is localized, indicate where in the block the pest is seen.

  • Comments:

Cluster caterpillar pests

  • Are caterpillars or their signs seen inside of clusters?

  • Please describe:

Spider mites

  • Are spider mites causing visible injury?

  • What percentage of mid-shoot leaves have spider mites present?

  • Are spider mite natural enemies present?

  • Check which natural enemies are present:

  • Predatory mites

  • Six-spotted thrips

  • Comments:

Other insect pests

  • Describe any other insect pests:

Diseases

Powdery mildew

  • Is powdery mildew seen in the vineyard?

  • Describe the location and severity of the powdery mildew.

Botrytis bunch rot

  • Is Botrytis bunch rot seen in the vineyard?

  • Describe the location and severity of the bunch rot.

Other diseases

  • What other diseases are seen in the vineyard?

  • Leaf or shoot botrytis

  • Eutypa dieback

  • Pierce's disease

  • Phomopsis cane and leaf spot

  • Virus diseases

Weeds and vertebrate pests

Weeds

  • On a scale of 1 to 10, rate the weediness under the vine rows where a "1" indicates that the ground is weed-free, and a "10" means that the vineyard is very weedy.

  • Describe the weed situation.

Vertebrate pests

  • On a scale of 1 to 10, rate the activity of gophers where a "1" indicates that the ground is undisturbed, and a "10" means that the vineyard floor is highly disturbed.

  • Describe the gopher situation.

  • Is current season evidence of field mice injury seen?

  • Describe the extent of the injury.

  • Describe any other vertebrate pest injury:

Other observations

  • Please describe any other observations of note.

  • Additional photos

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