The bylaws were revised in June 2013. Contact the ASEV office to request a printed copy of the bylaws.
Article I – Name
The Society shall be a scientific and professional society called The American Society for Enology and Viticulture hereinafter referred to as the Society.
The Society shall derive all authority for its operations and administration directly from these Bylaws and from regulations adopted by its duly elected and appointed members of the Board of Directors.
This booklet was prepared for a seminar held on April 30, 1991 in Napa Valley, California presented by the ASEV Technical Projects Committee (TPC). It provides a general introduction to rootstock use and selection.
This booklet was prepared for a seminar held on June 24, 1992, in Reno, Nevada presented by the ASEV Technical Projects Committee (TPC). It provides perspectives on current and historical rootstock use and selection. Issues such as rootstock resistance to pests and diseases, suitability to particular soil conditions, drought tolerance, and vigor considerations are addressed.
This booklet was prepared for seminars held on May 12, 1992 in Fresno, California and on May 19, 1992 in Napa Valley presented by the ASEV Technical Projects Committee (TPC). It provides a general overview of pest management with a discussion of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and organic farming.
This booklet was prepared for a seminar held on February 12, 1993 in Fresno, California presented by the ASEV Technical Projects Committee (TPC). Topics addressed include beneficial insects, in-row weed management, water relations, wine quality, and managing cover crops.
Consists of papers presented by invited speakers at the International Symposium on Oak in Winemaking held on June 29, 1999 in Reno, Nevada. The edited proceedings are included in Volume 50:4 of the American Journal of Enology and Viticulture.
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