With new posts each month covering news, resources, and workshops, UGA's Extension Viticulture Blog (last featured in the 10-27-2017 Scout Report) continues to be a great resource for viticulturalists.
From the University of Georgia's (UGA) Extension Viticulture team, part of UGA's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, comes this blog that aims to "educate, inform, and conduct applied research that will support and positively impact the fast growing grape/wine industry in the state of Georgia, but also neighboring southeastern US regions." Regularly updated, this blog addresses topics including meteorology and viticulture, diseases that affect grape crops, and how to protect crops from birds and mammals. While most entries are aimed specifically at viticulturists in the southeastern United States, some posts appeal more broadly to a global perspective of viticulture. Recent posts discuss how climate conditions are affecting grape crops (see the April 17, 2020 entry) and proper disease management (see the March 9, 2020 entry).