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Canberra district Spring Vine Health Field Day
6 Jun 2011
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This place story highlights the 2010 Canberra District Spring Vine Health Field Day held on the 4th September 2010. The program with Dr Mary Cole looked at integrated Botrytis management.

The Canberra District Spring Vine Health Field Day was held with funding from the Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation through the NSW Wine Industry Association and the Murrumbidgee CMA with the cooperation of the National Wine and Grape Industry Center and the Viticultural Society of the Southern Tablelands.

Spring Vine Health Field Days are a GWRDC funded initiative coordinating regionally tailored field days in regions across Australia. Spring Vine Health Days are designed as a national field day program. They are designed to fit with the annual cycle of vineyard review and continuous improvement of operations.

Spring Vine Health Field Days provide an opportunity for an annual contact between the wine industry and NRM regional bodies. In this way this relationship can build through time to allow a deeper understanding of catchment biodiversity and other natural assets and their relationship with vine productivity.

The Australian and New South Wales Government contributions through the Catchment Management Authority are acknowledged.

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