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UVM Fruit

Funding

Funding for the UVM Apple and Grape Programs provided by:

  • Vermont IPM Extension Implementation Program: 2017-2020. USDA CPPM EIP. PD: A. Hazelrigg. Co-PIs: S. Bosworth, T. Bradshaw, H. Darby, M. Skinner. September 2017 – August 2020. 
  • Winegrape cultivar evaluation and virus screening to support the Vermont grape industry. USDA/Vermont Agency of Agriculture Specialty Crops Block Grants Program. PI: T. Bradshaw. October 2017 – September 2020. 
  • Rootstock and tree training systems for unique apple production systems. Vermont Agriculture Experiment Station Hatch Grants Program, Oct 2017-Sep 2020.  PI: T. Bradshaw
  • A New England Tree Fruit Management Guide for the Next Generation. Northeast IPM Center Partnership Grants Program. PDs: D. Cooley & J. Clements (UMASS). UVM Cooperator: TL. Bradshaw. March 2017-February 2019. 
  • Addressing Unique IPM Needs in Northeast Cider Orchards. Northeast IPM Center Partnership Grants Program. PIs: T. Bradshaw and A. Hazelrigg. April 2016-March 2018. 
  • Orchard Pruning for Cider Apple Production. Northeast SARE Partnership Grants Program. May 2016- April 2018. PI: T. Bradshaw.
  • Orchard Economic Assessment to Support Vermont Hard Cider Production. USDA Federal-State Marketing Improvement Program (FSMIP), Sep 2014-Sep 2016.
  • Northern Grapes: Integrating Viticulture, Winemaking, and Marketing of New Cold-Hardy Cultivars Supporting New and Growing Rural Wineries. USDA Specialty Crops Research Initiative. Sep 2014-Aug 2016 (continued funding of previously awarded project).
  • Apple Market Optimization and Expansion through Value-Added Hard Cider Production. Vermont Working Lands Enterprise Initiative, June 2014-Sep 2015. (matching funds grant from Vermont Hard Cider Co.)
  • Biological Management of Apple Replant Disease. Northeast SARE Partnerships Grant Program, May 2014-April 2016. (matching funds from Novozymes, Inc./Monsanto BioAg).
  • The Transdisciplinary Vermont Extension IPM Program Addressing Stakeholder Priorities and Needs for 2013-2016. USDA NIFA EIPM Program. Sep 2013-Aug 2016. Funded for first year (FY 14) only, USDA changed the grant program for FY 15.
  • The Multidisciplinary Vermont Extension Implementation Program Addressing Stakeholder Priorities and Needs for 2014-2017. USDA NIFA CPPM EIP Program. Sep 2014-Aug 2017.

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