View presentations from weathering the climate and grape production conference
View speaker talks online from the “Weathering the Climate: Cultivation and Technology in Grape Production” conference in Traverse City, Michigan.
In early September 2014, Michigan State University and Northwestern Michigan College hosted a conference on “Weathering the Climate: Cultivation and Technology in Grape Production.” Held in Traverse City, Michigan, the conference featured experts in agricultural technology, meteorology, climatology, horticulture, and other areas related to unmanned aerial systems technology and the science of grape production.
Conference speakers have made their presentations available online. View by clicking on the titles below or visit the weather and climate section of grapes.msu.edu.
- Welcome and Overview – Brian Matchett, MSU Institute of Agricultural Technology
- Climate Change and Potential Agronomic Impacts of the Great Lakes Region – Jeff Andresen, MSU Department of Geography
- Impacts of the 2014 Polar Vortex on Grapes: Lessons Learned – Imed Dami, Ohio State University Department of Horticulture and Crop Science
- How to Manage Your Grapes for Our Changing Climate – Paolo Sabbatini, MSU Department of Horticulture, and Duke Elsner, Michigan State University Extension
- Unmanned Systems and Technology Applications in Viticulture – Ed Bailey, Tony Sauerbrey, Scott Swan and Aaron Cook, Northwestern Michigan College