This page last updated 07/31/2017
The planned support period for the East Coast Vineyards site assessment tool ended in April 2017 coinciding with the completion of a grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under Agreement No. 2010-51181-21599. As of July 2017, backend services supporting these site reports were decomissioned, meaning that this tool is no longer operational.
Services for Virginia are available in CGIT's new tool GeoVine at geovine.org.
If you would like to discuss the availability of the vineyard site assessment report, models, and forecast reports for your state or geographic area, please contact Peter Sforza email@example.com or 540.231.8935
For your reference, the East Coast Vineyards site assessment tool's description is available below.
About this application
This web application is used to display maps and utilize geoprocessing tools built for 'Improved grape and wine quality in a challenging environment: An eastern US model for sustainability and economic vitality' and is based upon research supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under Agreement No. 2010-51181-21599. This site is in beta form and its tools are still under development. This resource may not be available beginning in April 2017 due to lack of research and/or maintenance funding outside of Virginia. The new resources for Virginia are moving to www.geovine.org. If you would like to discuss the availability of the vineyard site assessment report, models and forecast reports for your state, please contact Peter Sforza firstname.lastname@example.org or 540.231.8935
Generate site report
Click the "Get Started" button, then input your email for receiving the site report. Further instructions are provided in the tool window.
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Update 03/14/2016: Corrected problem with some reports missing soil attributes
Update 10/01/2015: New features include a faster report, updated data, and expanded sources.
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