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Slang; in auto sales, a customer who believes whatever the salesperson tells him/her and who is generally agreeable. The term connotes a customer who will pay top price for an automobile.
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That could help reduce the amount of wine grape seeds that today end up in cattle feed, compost, or landfills.
California legislation initiated a statewide assessment on wine grapes to support research and related activities, raising about $46 million to date (Tumber et al.
But, while the acreage devoted to wine grapes dipped to 20,400, overall yields were better and there were fewer unharvested acres, according to the 2011 Oregon Vineyard Report.
According to the experts who presented the seminar, "Growing Wine Grapes in New Hampshire as an Alternative Enterprise: No Longer a Dream," held during the February Farm & Forest Expo by the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension and the New Hampshire Winery Association, you have to pay attention to several considerations to realize that dream:
In contrast, California's 4,000 wine grape growers harvested 473,000 acres last year.
org), represents what is perhaps the first major, formal effort to focus on improving the sustainability of wine grape agriculture.
The two most famous varieties are Cabernet Sauvignon, among red wine grapes, and Chardonnay, among white wine grapes.
They can be used for reasons such as in education and outreach programs, encouraging growers to increase wine grape quality, stimulating them to continually improve, enabling groups to anonymously aggregate assessment results for use in sustainability reporting, benchmarking practice implementation and measuring wine grape-growing improvement over time.
Between August and mid-October, Georgias 70 or so traditional vineyard owners will harvest just over 500 acres of wine grapes.
In 1965, Bethell oversaw the planting of several wine grape test plots at various foothill elevations in the county.
There's been a significant amount of attention being brought to Oregon, and a substantial amount of attention being brought to pinot noir (which accounts for 64 percent of the state's wine grape crop).
While pricing pressures hit California wine grape growers last year, California wine shipments increased from the prior year, the institute said.