UC Cooperative Extension Specialist Terry Prichard
The California Irrigation Management Information System (CIMIS) manages a network of over 120 automated weather stations in California. CIMIS was developed in 1982, to support California irrigators to manage their water resources efficiently. CIMIS operates two weather stations in Napa County: Oakville and Carneros.
A study evaluating the suitability of recycled water for use in vineyard irrigation in Napa County was completed in 2006.
Water-limiting (Drought) conditions
Irrigation management of wine grapes with a limited water supply, University of California, Drought management resources
Managing water stress in grapevines in greater Victoria, Department of Environment and Primary Industries, State Government of Victoria
Dealing with water shortages in wine grapes, Glynn Ward, Department of Agriculture & Food, Australia
Irrigation Archive, Grape & Wine Research & Development Corporation