Organic gardening is my hobby and I am particularly fond of grapes. I like table grapes, jam, juice, and wine. I make all of these from my Organic grapes. Sharing what I learn is a joy of mine - hence this website.
My first grapevines were planted about ten years ago. They were awful - quite diseased and the grapes rotted before they were ripe. However, I have learned a lot since then and now get wonderful grapes Organically with no sprays. However, I want to add new cultivars and am doing these trials to learn which additions will do well without sprays.
|Steve in his Tromboncino Squash Arbor||Steve hiking|
I am a member of CT-NOFA (Connecticut branch of the Northeast Organic Farming Association of Connecticut, www.ctnofa.org) and MOGFA (Maine Organic Farmers Association, http://www.mofga.org), have a Master of Science degree in Analytical Chemistry, and run my own business as a computer consultant. In addition, besides chemistry, I have taken several years of college courses in Anatomy, Botany, Experimental Embryology, Genetics, Physiology, and Zoology.