University of Maryland Extension

Grapes and Fruit

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smallfruit

Hard Cider & Ice Wine

Hard Cider Beer, Hard Cider, and Distilled Spirits (Web) Penn State Extension Ice Wine Making Apple, Fruit & Ice-Style Wines (Video) Presented at the 2012 Bay Fruit School by Dr. Joseph Fiola, University of Maryland Extension Specialist, Viticulture and Small Fruit. Produced by George Harvey,...

Legal Resources

Agriculture Law Education Initiative A new collaboration among three distinguished Maryland universities—the Agriculture Law Education Initiative—is committed to providing Maryland farmers with the information they need to prosper while complying with the complex network of laws and policies...

Labor

Labor Laws Agricutural Law Extension Program (Web site) This program is dedicated to provide the ag community with current information on Ag law. It is an Extension outreach from the Department of Agricutural and Resource Economics. A Guide to Agricultural Labor Laws: How Best to Comply with the...

Hops

Hops Publications & Presentions | Organizations | University Resources | Local Breweries from Tourism Websites | Other Important Resources Hops Publications & Presentations: Maryland Hop Growers Guide: A Progress Report on the 2017-2018 Growing Season and Summary of Best Practices for...

Economics of Commercial Grape Production

The economics of a vineyard are as important as the growing of the grapes. Looking at the income and costs associated with the crop as well as establishment and cash flow are essential to your vineyard profitability. The information and budget below will help you make important decision on the...

Horticulture Technology Newsletter

A yearly publication released in December by University of Maryland Extension & the Maryland State Horticultural Society. It contains articles on recent research and a special section on the Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention that takes place in Hershey, PA. 2018 Horticulture...

Western Maryland Regional Fruit Meeting Presentations

The Western Maryland Regional Fruit Meeting is held yearly during the month of February. Various topics on tree fruit, small fruit and Integrated Pest Management is discussed. MDA Pesticide Re-Certification Credits can be obtained by attending the meeting. February 16, 2017 Nutrient Management...

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