Weed identification and control

The workshop is being held at Aldwick Court Farm and Vineyard on 2012-07-12 00:00:00, starting at 10:00 and finishing at 16:00.

This course will discuss the need for weed management, evaluate the different methods of control, assess the pros and cons of the different techniques and identify the most invasive weeds in the vineyard. The practical will involve mounting weed sprayers and inter-vine cultivators.

Your trainers for this course will be:
D'arcy Gander
Darcy graduated from Plumpton college before joining Nyetimber vineyards in 2006 supervising large areas of new plantings in West Sussex. Two years later he established Vineyard Care, consulting with clients on establishing and managing new vineyards. In 2010 Vineyard Care merged with Vine Works to offer the largest vineyard contracting and establishment services in the UK. Vine Works Ltd works across the whole of the UK and has consulted, established, planted and managed more than 80 vineyards to date.

James Dodson
James Dodson graduated from Plumpton College with a BSc degree in viticulture. He has worked in viticulture and oenology in southern France, California, Canada, and the UK. James started VineWorks in 2006 which started as a specialist service for vineyard trellising, but has grown into a company offering complete range of establishment and vineyard services.

Venue Address:

Aldwick Court Farm and Vineyard

Bristol BS40 5RF