University of Maryland Extension

Web Sites

If you click on the links below, you will be leaving the Viticulture
and Small Fruit web page.



G - Grape
S - Small Fruit (Berries)
T - Tree Fruit

Appalachian Fruit Research Station   
The Appalachian Fruit Research Station (AFRS) conducts fundamental, applied and developmental research on critical problems of temperate fruit production (apples, peaches, pears, plums, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries).

Cornell University - Commercial Growers Production: Berries 

Cornell Finger Lakes Grape Program   

Cornell Viticulture and Enology 

Genetic Improvement of Fruits and Vegetables Laboratory   
U.S Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service Henry A. Wallace Beltsville Agricultural Research Center Plant Sciences Institute.   
Michigan State University - Resources for Integrated Vineyard Management

Mid-Atlantic Regional Fruit Loop   

New England Wine Grape Growers' Resource Center   

Ohio State University - Fruit Plant Pathology   

Oregon Wine Research Institute - Oregon State University  

Penn State University Enology      

Plant & Pest Advisory: Fruit Crops - Rutgers Cooperative Extension    

Smart Viticulture: Richard Smart   

Stop BMSB     
Stop BMSB website is bringing its latest findings to growers in north America. A group of 50 researchers from 10 institutions across the United States are solving the mysteries of this pest that damages a huge range of fruit, vegetable, and ornamental crops. You will find a photo identification guide and recommendations for how to control it.  

Texas Wine Grape Network: Texas Tech University & AgriLife Extension   

Virginia Tech Viticulture    

West Virginia University Tree Fruit Research & Education Center 
Kearnesyville, WV

Wine & Grapes U.   
Developed by the Grape & Wine Team at Penn State University to inform the Pennsylvania producers and consumers with up to date information.  It consists of wine industry events ,industry job postings, equipment sales, and grapes, bulk juice and wine sales.

WSU Viticulture & Enology: Research & Extension 

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