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Guest Blog from Viticulturist/PCA, Kelsey Ryan: Owl Boxes

April 14, 2015

When producing wine grapes, it is a primary concern of the grape grower to protect their crop from native and invasive pests including insects, diseases and animals. At Laetitia, we make every effort to implement a long-term, successful and safe approach to managing pests, while also protecting the habitat we farm on. Encouragement of beneficial […]

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Composting at Laetitia

October 7, 2013

Have you ever tried composting at home?  If so, you know it’s a fairly simple process which entails reusing your food scraps and garden leftovers and working them over to create a nutrient-rich fertilizer that enhances the growth of new produce/vegetation.  Here at Laetitia we are always striving to be as sustainable as possible and […]

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Cover Crop at Laetitia

February 13, 2013

When driving up to the tasting room during the springtime it’s hard to miss the neon green cover crop in between the perfectly paralleled vineyard rows.  Cover crop plays an important part in our wine growing process at Laetitia.  We plant our cover crop in late fall, after the completion of harvest.  The cover crop […]

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Building an Owl Box

April 11, 2012

Here at Laetitia, we are proud to be certified SIP, sustainable in practice.  One of the important factors in becoming certified is conserving and enhancing biological diversity.  Something we do to ensure that we adhere to this standard is build and stake owl boxes throughout our vineyard. The barn owls we most commonly see here […]

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