Capri for Great Lakes Now: Bugs, Shorter Winters, Climate & Great Lakes Vineyards

Great Lakes vineyards are facing changing circumstances, as warmer weather and new pests ranging from fungus to yellow jackets are straining grape plants’ ability to survive in the region. Climate change has led to the presence of invasive species that have no natural predators to control their proliferation. As a result, grape growers must introduce pesticides to manage such insects. Read more about climate change and mitigating its potential negative impacts on the region’s vineyards at Great Lakes Now. 

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