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OWB Research Committee - Shared screen with speaker view
Jess Willey - OWB
16:50
We're recording on request of a couple committee members who couldn't make it today
Karl Mohr
22:13
will comment once i get to better cell service!!
Nate Wall - Troon Vineyard
22:30
Minor edit on this first page - in the first paragraph let’s define the acronym RFA before we use it.
Jess Willey - OWB
23:41
Thanks Nate I will make that edit
Patty Skinkis
24:25
I suggest changing "cover crop" to vineyard floor management under 2B
Patty Skinkis
24:42
This would address both cover crop and no till as per Nate Wall
Jarrod McCann
25:17
Under 2 B iii. should we add canopy management?
Patty Skinkis
31:18
The concern from a researcher perspective is what are you specifically looking for in response to the whole system/multi-crop farming. Economics? Physiology? Environmental aspects? Any direction is helpful for those who do this type of work.
Nate Wall - Troon Vineyard
35:29
Jess - under Review process, the first bullet point is actually not a bullet - it should be left justified and the bullets should start beneath “Evaluation criteria..."
Leah Adint
39:43
Question about Enology 1C: the causes of reduction are well established and researched. Is there a more specific question related to reduction we should be prioritizing?
David Beck
59:05
excellent CoI statement…now to implement it!
Nate Wall - Troon Vineyard
01:09:19
You could delete “at its summer meeting” from the charter document for the continuing research specialists.
Nate Wall - Troon Vineyard
01:09:38
Then the voting can take place at any time of the full research committee.
Nate Wall - Troon Vineyard
01:10:39
Sure - just thought there may not be a need to restrict our own operations via charter, but the timing clearly makes sense.
Anneka Miller
01:13:07
Thank you for all who worked to put this charter together. I think this will help maintain consistency in operations as we move forward, which seems very key to the long term success of supporting our researchers.
James Thommes
01:14:19
For transparency, is it possible to show poll results using actual numbers ( votes) instead of percentage?
Jess Willey - OWB
01:15:08
Jim - as host I can't see how things are displayed, but the results were: 28-0 for the RFA; 26-0 for the charter
Jess Willey - OWB
01:17:13
FYI I count 31 committee members on the call right now, so % voting is reasonably high
Tom Danowski
01:48:15
You’re right Anneka. This charter is a good guide for other regional & statewide committees ensuring continuity in practice/policy even as membership evolves
Michael Fay
01:52:19
Go Mustangs!
Elizabeth Clark - Airlie
02:06:13
Didn't appear berry size was attributed to seed count esp on clone 96, what do you think?
Dave Paige
02:10:28
Looked like seed fresh weight was 3x higher for the larger berries for 96, in spite of similar number of seeds. The larger seeds must have been quite different from the smaller ones.
Nate Wall - Troon Vineyard
02:15:01
So most pathogenic species causing GTDs have been found to be culturable in the lab then?
Federico Casassa
02:15:26
And you are absolutely correct, as I pointed out both seed FW and more importantly, dry weight was 3 x higher in 12 mm berries, this was reflected during the winemaking, whereby 12 mm had higher tannin extraction than 10 mm berries, expected based on what you said above. However, saignee did not improve tannin extraction further, suggesting there is a solubility limit that prevents further tannin extraction, perhaps a situation in which anthocyanins, which are needed for tannin extraction, become a limiting factor.
Nate Wall - Troon Vineyard
02:17:48
Ah, never mind - using the primers with PCR obviates my previous question.
Jess Willey - OWB
02:26:41
please put questions in the chat
Alex Wong
02:55:42
http://gall-id.cgrb.oregonstate.edu:3838/grunwald/wonga4/
Ryan McAdams
03:01:17
Will you be updating this website with the 2021 data when its compiled
Alex Wong
03:01:44
Yes I will
Ryan McAdams
03:02:39
Thank you!
Jess Willey - OWB
03:40:15
Is this timing issue universal with all the granting agencies that use the UGM system?
Alec Levin
03:40:45
My experience with AVF is that money is deposited much earlier
Anthony King
03:45:07
I don’t think the vineyard managers would like to review in summer.
David Beck
03:55:34
The AVF cycle is very much like the OWB’s cycle. In fact you may recall that when we do our interagency negotiations, we some times have to wait for the AVF to finish it Bd’s approval process.
Patty Skinkis
04:04:34
We have to write a new proposal each year, so that should take care of that issue.
Jason Cole
04:05:43
Just want to say great job to all the researchers, all super interesting projects we’re funding right now!
Anthony King
04:05:55
Agreed!
Jess Willey - OWB
04:06:11
https://industry.oregonwine.org/research/owb-funded-technical-research/
Michael Fay
04:10:41
Good Luck Jess! Thanks