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Previous webinars

Presentation title Speaker Date Recording Resources
New tools and practical techniques for monitoring and maintaining drip irrigation systems – (more)

Jeremy Giddings (Agriculture Victoria), Peter Henry (Netafim Australia)

8 July

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Wine provenance, an isotopic approach – (more)

Dr Eric Wilkes (AWRI)

15 July

Overview of the 2021 National Vintage Report – (more)

Sandy Hathaway (Wine Australia)

22 July

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Winter pruning to increase the longevity of vines – (more)

Mia Fischer (SIMONIT&SIRCH), Mark Sosnowski (SARDI), Nigel Blieschke (Torbreck Vintners)

29 July

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Sustainable Winegrowing Australia update – (more)

Dr Mardi Longbottom (AWRI), Anna Hooper (Australian Grape & Wine), Dréa Hall (Wine Australia)

5 August

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Non-chemical weed control – (more)

Chris Penfold (AWRI), Dr Thomas Lines (University of Adelaide), Robyn Dixon (AWRI)

02 September

Smoke testing – what do labs actually measure and new ways to speed it up – (more)

Neil Scrimegour (AWRI)

09 September

Sustainable and Organic Wine Production – (more)

Liz Pitcher (AWRI)

16 September

Building soil carbon in vineyards – (more)

Prof. Timothy Cavagnaro (University of Adelaide), Joseph Marks (University of Adelaide) and Dr. Mark Farrell (CSIRO)

23 September

Extending the shelf life of canned wines – (more)

Neil Scrimgeour (AWRI)

7 October

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Advances in scale control – (more)

Jenny Venus (Brad Case Contracting),  Dr Paul Cooper (Australian National University)

14 October

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Getting the most out of ‘biological’ sprays for Botrytis control – (more)

Scott Paton (Nutrien Ag Solutions), Matthew Gratton (Nufarm), Hugh Armstrong (Bayer Crop Science) and Mark Dicks (BASF)

15 Ocober

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Breeding and evaluation of new mildew-resistant wine-grape varieties for Australian conditions  – (more)

Dr Ian Dry (CSIRO), Ben Harris (Treasury Wine Estates)

21 Oct

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Can carbon sequestration in vineyard soils offset greenhouse gas emissions? – (more)

Prof. Robert White (University of Melbourne), Prof. Tim Cavagnaro (University of Adelaide), Dr Sharon Harvey (Wine Australia)

28 Oct

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Seasonal climate outlook for summer 2021-2022 – (more)

Dr Paul Bierman (Bureau of Meteorology)

11 Nov

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Bouncing back from a hail event – (more)

Dr Paul Petrie (SARDI), Chris Rogers (Rogers Viticulture), Lee Haselgrove (Mure Viticulture), Steve Schiller (Tractor Tread Vineyard), Dylan Grigg (Meristem Viticulture), Ian Macrae (Accolade Wines), Alf Sapuppo (Itara Grower Services)

12 November

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New findings and implications of latest phylloxera research – (more)

Dr Catherine Clarke (Agriculture Victoria), Dr Sharon Harvey (Wine Australia), Lavinia Zirnsak (Wine Victoria), Suzanne McLoughlin (Vinehealth Australia)

17 November

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Irrigation scheduling tools to make every drop count – (more)

Dr Vinay Pagay (University of Adelaide), Dr Everard Edwards (CSIRO), Jeremy Giddings (Agriculture Victoria)

25 November

Reviewing the standard procedures for grape sugar and colour measurement – (more)

Kieran Hirlam (AWRI)

2 December

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Filtration, filterability and facts – (more)

Dr Paul Bowyer (Blue H2O Filtration)

16 December

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Fungicide resistance in Australian viticulture – (more)

Dr Suzanne McKay (SARDI), Dr Ismail Ismail (SARDI) & Lincoln Harper (Curtin University)

20 January

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2020-2021 webinars

Click here to view recorded sessions from the 2020-2021 program.

What is a webinar?

Webinars are interactive online seminars where you participate from your home or workplace using a computer or mobile device with internet access. You will hear from a presenter, see their slides and have the opportunity to ask questions. AWRI webinars cover a range of winemaking, winery management and viticulture topics and are usually held on a Thursday at 11:30 am Australian Central Standard Time (Adelaide, GMT+09:30).

2020-2021 system requirements

You will need a computer or mobile device with an Internet connection. Audio is connected over the Internet using your computer or mobile device’s speakers (Voice over Internet Protocol – VOIP). Participants joining a webinar via a mobile device will need to download an app available for free from iTunes or Google Play.

further information

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