Vineyard Mechanization: Going beyond machine grape harvesting

A record number of growers will be harvesting grapes mechanically this year, which is partially due to labor limitations and advances in technology.

California Ag Net shares more about vineyard automation.


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Saving money and maximizing your vineyard efficiency

Keeping the grapes growing and the wine flowing


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