Michela Centinari

Assistant Professor of Viticulture

Michela Centinari

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Fruit Vines Fruits Vineyards Leaves Cover Crops Cover Crop Oils Vineyard Soil Carbon Fine Roots Shoots Wines Wine Fruit Composition Rhizosphere Cultivars Fruit Set Rootstocks Microbiota Rootstock Agricultural Ecosystem Homogenization Agroecosystems Soil

Most Recent Publications

2022 Adult Spotted Lanternfly Status in PA Vineyards

Michela Centinari, C Hickey,

A review of survey results regarding auxin herbicides and vineyard damage: grape grower feedback

C Schmidt, C Hickey, Michela Centinari, Dwight Lingenfelter, 2024,

Field guide to vineyard herbicide drift

C Hickey, Dwight Lingenfelter, Michela Centinari, Jackie Schweichler, 2024,

Evaluating white wine consumer interest in Grüner Veltliner: a potential signature varietal for Pennsylvania

Kathleen Marie Kelley, Helene Hopfer, Michela Centinari, 2024, International Journal of Wine Business Research

William L. King, Caylon F. Yates, Lily Cao, Sean O'Rourke-Ibach, Suzanne M. Fleishman, Sarah C. Richards, Michela Centinari, Benjamin D. Hafner, Marc Goebel, Taryn Bauerle, Young Mo Kim, Carrie D. Nicora, Christopher R. Anderton, David M. Eissenstat, Terrence H. Bell, 2023, Plant, Cell and Environment on p. 3919-3932

2023 Post-veraison in Pennsylvania

Cain Hickey, M Kwasniewski, M Centinari, Michela Centinari, M Kwasniewski, Molly Kelly, 2023,

Be prepared: The Spotted Lanternfly is moving West.

C Hickey, F Acevedo, Michela Centinari, C Schmidt, 2023, Wine Business Monthly on p. 34-39

2023 Cold Injury Events in Pennsylvania Vineyards

Cain Hickey, Michela Centinari, 2023,

Suzanne M. Fleishman, Michela Centinari, Terrence Bell, David Eissenstat, 2023, Journal of Experimental Botany on p. 1751-1757

Suzanne M. Fleishman, David M. Eissenstat, Grant M. Hoffer, Michela Centinari, 2023, Agro-Ecosystems

Most-Cited Papers

M. Centinari, J. E. Vanden Heuvel, M. Goebel, M. S. Smith, T. L. Bauerle, 2016, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research on p. 137-148

Coping with cover crop competition in mature grapevines

A. E. Klodd, D. M. Eissenstat, T. K. Wolf, M. Centinari, 2016, Plant and Soil on p. 391-402

William King, Caylon Yates, Jing Guo, Suzanne Fleishman, Ryan Trexler, Michela Centinari, Terrence Bell, David Eissenstat, 2021, Communications Biology on p. 483

Impacts of early leaf removal and cluster thinning on grüner veltliner production, fruit composition, and vine health

Maria S. Smith, Michela Centinari, 2019, American Journal of Enology and Viticulture on p. 308-317

Suzanne M. Fleishman, Hayden W. Bock, David M. Eissenstat, Michela Centinari, 2021, Agro-Ecosystems

Michela Centinari, Maria S. Smith, Jason P. Londo, 2016, Hortscience: A Publication of the American Society for Hortcultural Science on p. 856-860

Justine Vanden Heuvel, Michela Centinari, 2021, Frontiers in Plant Science

Impact of amigo oil and KDL on grapevine postbudburst freeze damage, yield components, and fruit and wine composition

Michela Centinari, Denise M. Gardner, Donald E. Smith, Maria S. Smith, 2018, American Journal of Enology and Viticulture on p. 77-88

Impact of fruit-zone leaf removal on rotundone concentration in noiret

Laura J. Homich, Ryan J. Elias, Justine E. Van Den Heuvel, Michela Centinari, 2017, American Journal of Enology and Viticulture on p. 447-457

News Articles Featuring Michela Centinari

Growing cover crops under vineyard vines is a sustainability strategy

A new study by Penn State researchers shows that in regions with fertile soils that receive plenty of rainfall, growing cover crops under the vines so that the vineyard floor is completely covered with vegetation is a sustainable strategy.

Penn State to collect data from farmers, vineyards on spotted lanternfly spread

With Spring coming to a close and Summer to soon be upon us, one invasive insect that experts warn could be disastrous to agriculture in Central Pennsylvania will be making its return.

Penn State Extension launches spotted lanternfly survey for the 2023 season

The Penn State Extension Grape and Wine Team is calling on farmers and vineyard owners in the mid-Atlantic region to participate in a survey aimed at tracking the spread and severity of spotted lanternfly populations during the 2023 season.

Eissenstat retires from College of Ag Sciences after three decades at Penn State

David Eissenstat, professor of woody plant physiology, retired recently after a distinguished 28-year career on the Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences faculty, including a two-year stint as interim head of the Department of Ecosystem Science and Management.

Penn State Extension publication offers guidance on managing spotted lanternfly

A new publication from Penn State Extension is a must-read for those who want the latest information about the spotted lanternfly. Authored by scientists and extension educators in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences, the Spotted Lanternfly Management Guide features comprehensive information, illustrations, charts and photos on the pest’s biology, behavior, plant damage and management, as well as a brief overview of ongoing research.