As we turn the corner out of winter and head into September, registrations are now open for the next five webinars of the AWRI webinar program. Starting on Thursday, 1 September, the AWRI’s Mark Solomon will discuss using foliar sprays containing sulfur and nitrogen to boost tropical characters in white wine. Other webinar topics in this September block include soil health and soil water holding capacity, grapevine trunk disease, weather forecasting tools and the sensory impact of amino acids in dry red wine.
There will be an opportunity for audience members to ask questions.
Sessions are held on Thursdays at 11:30 am (SA time).
All webinars are free to attend but do require pre-registration.
The five upcoming webinars are:
1 September 2022: Influencing tropical thiol concentration in white wine by combining foliar sprays and yeast selection – Mark Solomon (The Australian Wine Research Institute)
8 September 2022: Soil health and soil water holding capacity – Chiara Pasut (CSIRO) and Jeremy Nelson (Murray Lands and Riverland Landscapes Board)
15 September 2022: Grapevine trunk disease management for vineyard longevity – Dr Reggie Billones Baaijens (Charles Sturt University) and Dr Mark Sosnowski (SARDI)
22 September 2022: New BoM forecast products to help manage a La Niña summer – Peter Hayman (SARDI)
29 September 2022: The influence of amino acids, and their interactions, on the sensory properties and consumer acceptance of dry red wine – Damian Espinase Nandorfy (The Australian Wine Research Institute)
See the full program here.
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 a free app available from iTunes or Google Play.
If you’ve missed a previous AWRI webinar, you can watch online via the AWRI’s YouTube channel.
For further information on AWRI webinars, please contact the AWRI events team.