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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: Recommendations for Sustainable Water and Soil Management to Minimize the Impacts of Salinity on Grape Yield and Quality

Location: Water Reuse and Remediation Research

Project Number: 2036-61000-016-02-R
Project Type: Reimbursable Cooperative Agreement

Start Date: Sep 1, 2010
End Date: Aug 31, 2015

1. Develop sustainable water management strategies for wine, table, raisin, and juice grape production using limited water supplies. 2. Develop sustainable water and soil management strategies for minimizing the impacts of drought and salinity on the root zone environment, grape yield and quality. 3. Quantify the effects of various water management strategies on fruit and product composition, and sensory qualities.

This research will be conducted using both laboratory and field research sites. The field research will conducted in the Central Valley and Paso Robles, CA. Laboratory studies will be conducted at the U.S. Salinity Laboratory in Riverside, CA. Documents NIFA Reimbursable.Log 42987.

Last Modified: 10/18/2017
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