Mendocino County Agriculture: Early Grapevine Buds Greeted With Frost In Anderson Valley

On cold spring nights in Anderson Valley, farmers with grapevines near the Navarro River have a tried-and-true method for knowing when the frost is headed their way, "They have a phone tree," said Joe Webb, the owner of Foursight Wines and president of the Anderson Valley Winegrowers Association, explaining that since the cold air "follows the flow of the river," once the frost reaches the first grower, he calls the next guy to let him know it's coming. Path to Full Story on UkiahDailyJournal.com

Posted: Wednesday Mar-4-2015 7:44 PM

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