AVF

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AcronymDefinition
AVFAudio Visual Furniture (est. 1996)
AVFArteriovenous Fistula
AVFAccueil des Villes Françaises (French: French Cities Welcome)
AVFActive Virtual Forwarder (computing)
AVFAdaptive Vertex Fitter
AVFActive Virtual Forwarders
AVFArchitectural Vulnerability Factor
AVFAfrrikaner Volksfront (Afrikaner People's Front)
AVFAlgie Vasculaire de la Face (French: Cluster Headache)
AVFAll Volunteer Force
AVFAmerican Vineyard Foundation
AVFAssociation Végétarienne de France (French: Vegetarian Association of France)
AVFAzimuthally Varying Field
AVFAda Validation Facility
AVFAmerica's Funniest Videos (TV show)
AVFAugmented Voltage Foot (EKG lead)
AVFAverage Value Factor (USACE)
AVFAuxiliary Vector Filtering
AVFAortic Valve Flow
AVFActive Value Fund
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While these pots may add up to a significant amount of money, other than the American Vineyard Foundation and the California Table Grape Commission, the others are small in size.
The project is supported by the American Vineyard Foundation, the USDA Viticulture Consortium West, the California Competitive Grant Program, and with assistance from FPS and commercial nurseries Sunridge Nurseries and NovaVine.
Wolpert submitted a funding proposal for $40,000 to the California Fruit Tree, Nut Tree and Grapevine Improvement Advisory Board, as traditional research funding sources, like the American Vineyard Foundation, recently have been spread thin.
During a decade of research supported in large part by funds from the American Vineyard Foundation, Bisson and her team first identified a particular genetic trait that can be crossed into any strain of yeast to minimize [H.sub.2]S during winemaking.
Steinhauer, who has been very active on industry boards such as the American Vineyard Foundation (AVF) and the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium program committee, urged other members of the ASEV to support these and other industry associations at the local, state and national levels.
While researching that letter, one fact in particular sunk in: The American Vineyard Foundation was the main source of industry funding for V & E research that would benefit the industry as a whole.
Yet the amount of money set aside for university research in enology and viticulture has stagnated since the American Society of Enology and Viticulture founded the American Vineyard Foundation (AVF) in 1978.
We as growers need to increase our participation through support of the American Vineyard Foundation as well as other worthwhile joint winery/grower programs such as the Code of Sustainable Winegrowing Practices.
With support from the American Vineyard Foundation (AVF), the Constellation Wines U.S.
The American Vineyard Foundation (AVF), a nonprofit corporation
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