Paul Schreiner
Courtesy Faculty, Plant Physiologist

My research interests include investigating the role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) in promoting plant growth and nutrient uptake of small fruit crops with an emphasis on grapevines, assessing the diversity of AMF that live within the roots of grapevines in order to understand which fungi are important for vine health under specific environmental constraints, and understanding how specific plant nutrients alter vine growth and fruit quality of Pinot noir to provide growers with better leaf/petiole concentration guidelines for vine nutrition management.

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USDA-ARS
Department of Horticulture
Oregon Wine Research Institute
USDA - ARS
3420 NW Orchard Avenue
United States
(541) 738-4084
I accept graduate students for Horticulture