2022 Virtual Muscadine School

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The 2022 Southeastern Virtual Muscadine School

All webinar recordings are available here: 2022 Southeastern Muscadine School

We are proud host of the 2022 Southeastern Virtual Muscadine School. This webinar series is sponsored by the Southeastern Regional Small Fruits Consortium.

Please save the dates:

Class 1February 21st, 2022 11:00 a.m.

Muscadine Pruning, Training and Restoration

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Dr. Mark Hoffmann (NCSU)

Class 2March 24th, 2022 11:00 a.m.

Disease Control, Weed Control and Root Borer Control

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Bill Cline (NCSU)

Wayne Mitchem (NCSU)

Dr. Brett Blaauw (UGA)

Class 3April 14th, 2022 11:00 a.m.

Land Preparation, Planting and Fertilization

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Dr. Amanda Mc Whirt (University of Arkansas)

Dr. Mark Hoffmann (NCSU)

Bruce McLean (Clemson University)

Class 4: June 23, 2022 11:00 a.m.

Summer Chores, Canopy Management, Muscadine Economics and Cultivars

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Dr. Mark Hoffmann (NCSU)

Dr. Daniel Tregeagle (NCSU)

Dr. Partick Conner (UGA)

Class 5July 28th, 2022 11.00 a.m.

Food Safety, Storage, Muscadine Harvest, and Fruit Sampling 

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Dr. Lynette Johnston (NCSU): Food Safety and GAP Certification

Dr. Penelope Perkins-Veazie (NCSU): Muscadine Post-Harvest

Dr. Renee Threlfall (University of Arkansas): Harvesting muscadines in the vineyard

Nadia Hetzel (Cypress Bend Vineyards): From harvest to bottle. 

Dr. Mark Hoffmann (NCSU): Do’s and do not’s: Muscadine harvest

 

Class 6: October (tbd) tbd Basics on Muscadine Wine Making
Class 7: November (tbd) tbd

Muscadine Budget and Costs;

Grower panel discussion