Updated: July 9, 2021
By Dr. Joseph Fiola

A list of resources for grape pest and weed management

2020 Grapes: Diseases and Insects in the Vineyards (pdf) Douglas G. Pfeiffer, Extension Entomologist, Virginia Tech; Anton B. Baudoin, Plant Pathologist, Virginia Tech; J. Christopher Bergh, Extension Entomologist, Alson H. Smith Jr. AREC; Mizuho Nita, Extension Plant Pathologist, Alson H. Smith Jr. AREC.  Pest Management Guide: Horticultural and Forest Crops, 2020 (456-017)
2020 New York and Pennsylvania Pest Management Guidelines for Grapes The “2020 New York and Pennsylvania Pest Management Guidelines for Grapes” publication is designed to offer producers, seed and chemical dealers, and crop consultants practical information on growing and managing grapes in New York State and Pennsylvania. Topics include an overview of pesticide use and pest management in grapes; managing common grape disease, insect, and weed concerns; and sprayer technology. A preview of the Grape Guidelines can be seen online at https://cropandpestguides.cce.cornell.edu.  Print edition: $31.00, Online Access: $31.00, Bundle: $43.50  Cornell University Cooperative Extension and Penn State University.
Spray Program for Multi-Small Fruit Plantings Multi-Small Fruit Spray Program (updated yearly) for pest and disease control of major small fruit (Strawberries, Brambles, Blackberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, and Grapes.) R. David Myers, University of Maryland Extension.
A Pocket Guide for Grape IPM Scouting in the North Central and Eastern U.S. E2889. The 110-page guide is intended as a field supplement to standard references such as Compendium of Grape Diseases by R.C. Pearson and A.C. Goheen, Grape Pest Management by D.L. Flaherty et al., and Natural Enemies Handbook by M.L. Flint. A hard copy can be obtained by Michigan State University Extension Bookstore List Price: $20.00. Compiled and edited by Michigan State University's Rufus Isaacs, Annemiek Schilder, and Tom Zabadal, along with Cornell University's Tim Weigle. Graphic designer: Joy Landis, MSU IPM Program
A Review of Grape Diseases and Their Management (video presentation) Length: 32:28
Presenter: Mengjun Hu, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Grape and Small Fruit Pathologist, University of Maryland, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Plant Science & Landscape Architecture
Avoiding Injury to Grapes from Off-Target Herbicide Exposure Timely Viticulture, By Dr. Joseph Fiola
Maryland Fruit & Vegetable Blog

Provides readers with current information on fruits and vegetables, disease and pest updates, and much more.

Early-Season Disease Management Timely Viticulture, By Dr. Joseph Fiola
Fruit Pathology Laboratory at The Ohio State University Extension The Fruit Pathology Program focuses on developing sustainable management practices for fruit diseases that benefit the grower, the consumer, and the environment. Many resources are available to assist you with your fruit disease and food safety problems.
Grape Disease Control, 2017 (pdf) Wayne F. Wilcox, Department of Plant Pathology, Cornell University, NY State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, NY 14456
Identifying Natural Enemies in Crops and Landscapes E2949 By Joy Landis, Michigan State University Extension. List Price $10.00
IPM Weed Pocket Guide for Weed Identification in Field Crops Growers of row crops produce their crops in the presence of a multitude of pest and plant health problems. To order go to: Michigan State University Book Store - List price $16.00. Michigan State University Extension, Compiled and edited by: Wesley Everman, Joy Landis
Mid-Season Disease Management Timely Viticulture, By Dr. Joseph Fiola, and Mengjun Hu, Ph.D
Plant & Pest Advisory The Plant & Pest Advisory provides seasonal updates to NJ commercial growers. Rutgers Cooperative Extension.
Pre-Bloom to Post-Bloom Disease Management Timely Viticulture, By Dr. Joseph Fiola, and Mengjun Hu, Ph.D
Pre-Harvest Disease Management and Late Season Bunch Rots  Timely Viticulture, By Dr. Joseph Fiola, and Mengjun Hu, Ph.D
Preventing Hormonal-Type Herbicide Damage to Kansas Grapes (pdf) Kansas State University, Agricultural Experiment Station, and Cooperative Extension Service
Sorkel Kadir, Fruit Scientist; Kassim Al-Khatib, Weed Physiologist; Dallas Peterson, Weed Specialist
Using Difenoconazole Fungicides for Effective Disease Management Timely Viticulture, By Dr. Joseph Fiola
Vineyard Spray Guide by VineSmiths A set of unique at-a-glance posters contains all the information you need to quickly and easily select the best fungicide, insecticide, or herbicide for the job. They will save you hours of time planning and tracking your spray program. A set of posters can be obtained by VineSmiths. VineSmith releases a new edition of the guide every two years. List Price: $64.00
Virginia Grape Disease Updates Grape disease management tips. By Mizuho Nita, Grape Pathologist, Virginia Tech
Insect, Weed and Vertebrate Pest Management for New Vineyards (video presentation) Length: 28:15
Presenters: Joseph A. Fiola, Ph.D., Specialist in Viticulture and Small Fruit, University of Maryland Extension (UME), Keedysville, MD, and R. David Myers, Extension Educator, University of Maryland Extension-Prince George’s /Anne Arundel Counties

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Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

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Grape Berry Moth

Multi-Colored Asian Ladybeetle (MALB)

Japanese Beetles

Periodical (17-year) Brood X Cicadas

Spotted Wing Drosophila

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