Welcome to Grapeweb
Registered grape growers (wine / dried fruits) can log in to wineries they supply to access specific business information and tools that will assist them in managing their vineyard. To log in just enter your username and password in the panel on the left of this screen.
The Grapeweb solution provides wineries with a set of applications and tools that enable improved communication and interaction between wineries / processors and their grape growers.
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New AWRI 2023/2024 Dog book (Wine Grape Growers)
Link to latest Dog Book: https://www.awri.com.au/wp-content/uploads/agrochemical_booklet.pdf
New active constituents
New herbicide activity group classification: The alphabetical classification for herbicide activity groups is being replaced by a numerical system. Both systems will be displayed until 2025 when the new classification system will be fully implemented.
Label permitting, a 30-day withholding period for all herbicide active constituents is recommended. If weed control is required within 30 days of harvest, contact your winery/grape purchaser prior to spraying.
Avoid spraying some types of foliar fertiliser closer than 60 days before harvest, as wine quality might be affected.
Taken from AWRI eBulletin - Agrochemical update June 2023
NEW 2023/2024 DFA rule (Dried Fruits Growers)
Starting this season Chlormequat is NOT ALLOWED to be used.
DFA removed from the listed chemicals
Link to latest DFABook: 2023-2024-DFA-Chemical-Listing-Grapeweb.pdf
Emergency use permit for Downy mildew (Wine and Dried Fruit)
The APVMA has issued an off-label permit PER92970.
More information is available through AWRI online