Registration and housing for the 73rd ASEV National
Conference is now open. Early bird registration rates are
valid through June 14, so, act fast to save big! For
detailed housing information, click
here. The housing conference rate will be valid through May
19 or until sold out.
Increasing changes in the environment, temperature and weather
conditions are affecting how grapegrowers approach planting,
maintaining, and harvesting vineyards. A full-day symposium
addressing how climate change has impacted the industry’s
vineyards and practices will kick off the 73rd ASEV
National Conference on Monday, June 20.
Topics for this year’s symposium will include three primary areas
of interest, including a review of the changing conditions, the
physiology behind plant response to environmental stresses of
climate change and the impacts of breeding programs designed to
address production challenges that come with climate change.
Presentations will address the concerns for viticulture in cool,
warm, dry and humid areas of the world. We invited scientists
from across the U.S. and internationally, who will provide a
comprehensive and balanced look at theoretical and applied
research. Last year’s Honorary Research Lecturer, Dr.
Hans Schultz from Geisenheim University in Germany, will be
presenting an introduction to climate change.Dr. Hans Schultz - Sponsored by E. & J. Gallo Winery
This is a two-symposium approach to climate change impact and
adaptation solutions. This year, the ASEV Technical
Program Committee elected to address viticulture and in 2023,
a follow-up symposium will be held addressing enology impact.
For the full agenda and to learn more about this symposium,
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The in-person conference will take place June 19-22, at the
Paradise Point Resort in San Diego, California.
Approved by the ASEV Board of Directors on January 19, 2021.
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