Terence Bradshaw

My research and outreach program is designed to address sustainability issues in the tree fruit and viticulture industries in Vermont. Specific program areas include: technical support to address horticultural and pest management needs of Vermont fruit growers; assessment of organic apple production systems in cool, humid climates; grape cultivar evaluation; assessment of apple production systems for hard cider markets; and mitigation of apple replant disease.


My Website


Bradshaw, T.L., Berkett, L.P., Kingsley-Richards, S.L., and Foster, J.A. 2018. Horticultural Performance and Juice Quality of Cold-Climate Grapes in Vermont, U.S.A. European Journal of Horticultural Science 83:1, 42-48.

Bradshaw, T.L., Kingsley-Richards, S.L., and Foster, J.A. 2018. Apple Cultivar Evaluations for Cider Making in Vermont, U.S.A. Acta Hortic. 1205, 453-460. DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2018.1205.55

Becot, F.A., Bradshaw, T.L., and Conner, D.S. 2016. Apple Market Optimization and Expansion through Value-Added Hard Cider Production. HortTechnology 26:220-229.

Terry Bradshaw

Areas of Expertise and/or Research

Tree Fruit & Viticulture Specialist; Horticulture; Integrated Pest Management


  • Ph.D, Plant & Soil Science, University of Vermont, 2015
  • M.S., Plant & Soil Science, University of Vermont, 2011
  • B.S., Plant & Soil Science, University of Vermont, 1996


  • 802-656-0972
Office Location:

210 Jeffords Hall

Office Hours:

By appointment

  1. UVM Fruit

Courses Taught

  • Diversified Farm Planning PSS 208
  • Diversified Farm Operations PSS 209
  • Cold Climate Viticulture PSS 120
  • Sustainable Orchard Management PSS 221
  • Agriculture Policy & Ethics CDAE 208