Geoscientists Lejo Flores and Nancy Glenn at Bitner Vineyards west of Nampa. Flores and Glenn are working on a Web-based tool to help winemakers evaluate the suitability of soils for specific grape varieties.
Geoscientists Lejo Flores and Nancy Glenn at Bitner Vineyards west of Nampa. Flores and Glenn are working on a Web-based tool to help winemakers evaluate the suitability of soils for specific grape varieties. Allison Corona Boise State University
Geoscientists Lejo Flores and Nancy Glenn at Bitner Vineyards west of Nampa. Flores and Glenn are working on a Web-based tool to help winemakers evaluate the suitability of soils for specific grape varieties. Allison Corona Boise State University

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