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Next President of the United Fates of America
Trump needs Vintage.

He is a self-seller of a brand that supplies itza own demand.
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He will not "Age" WELL if  the SS is in the wine-cellar Angel

Thus the motto Novus ordo seclorum can be translated as "ANU order of the ages."

Viticulture (from the Latin word for vine) is the science, production, and study of grapes. It deals with the series of events that occur in the vineyard. It is a branch of the science of horticulture.
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This resource is designed to assist diagnosis and assessment of powdery mildew on grape bunches. Powdery mildew affects wine quality and many Australian wineries have thresholds for tolerance (typically 3-5%), based on severity as indicated by the proportion of the bunch surface showing symptoms. The disease can be difficult to recognise on bunches in the vineyard in the range of conditions that may be experienced.

Sour-Grapes of wrath of the wine-press of trump.

Since Trump is a media then the message is...

Secret Service considering renting a floor at Trump Tower to protect future first family  Naughty
By Pamela BrownShimon Prokupecz and Julian Cummings, CNN

Updated 5:24 PM ET, Fri November 25, 2016 

(CNN)The US Secret Service is considering renting one floor in Trump Tower to protect President-elect Donald Trump and his family by turning it into a 24-7 command post, a law enforcement official told CNN Friday.

According to Jared Horowitz, who is with Newmark Grubb Knight Frank and responsible for available commercial space at Trump Tower, the floors available to rent with the average floor office space running between 13,500 square feet to 15,500 square feet cost about $1.5 million a year.

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The law enforcement official says the current plans for security at Trump Tower would differ if the future first family were living at the White House full time and Trump's wife Melania and their son Barron were not staying behind in New York City through the Spring.

Once the Trumps live at the White House full time the USSS will have to reassess what kind of a security presence will be needed at Trump Tower, depending on how often Trump and his family return to New York City.

The official says this kind of planning is typical for the Secret Service after every election but "what is unordinary is that the President Elect lives on 5th Avenue."

What is also unprecedented is that the building is owned by the Trump Corporation so the USSS would be renting the space from Trump's company for protecting him and his family.

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The official said a lot of details still need to be ironed out and the security plan is "evolving every day."  LilD


As of now, this official adds more than 100 USSS personnel would be needed for the 24-7 shifts to protect the future First Family.

New York City Police Department would also be a part of the security detail, mostly being used to secure the streets around the building. A separate law enforcement official said the number of NYPD cops protecting Trump Tower could grow to 300 at a cost of about $1 million a day. The official saying a separate command might be needed just to focus on security for the future President.
The USSS would be primarily responsible for protecting the residence and the NYPD primarily responsible for outside security.
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Ron Kessler, an expert on the US Secret Service, says it is "standard for the Secret Service to have these kinds of costs." It's a practice that he says goes back at least to Richard Nixon administration.
And he says that in the end it may actually "save the government money" because without renting space agents working to protect the President-elect could be staying in hotels. 

By renting at Trump Tower they can live in the building during the Trump presidency. Naughty

Kessler says he is not sure who negotiates the real estate contracts but that Government's General Services Administration could be involved.
Kessler says VP Joe Biden has a habit if traveling back and forth between Washington and Wilmington, Delaware, several times a week, which has increased costs of his protection.
The USSS declined to comment on security precautions being taken for Trump and his family. The New York Post first reported that the USSS was eying two floors at Trump Tower to provide security for the President-elect and his family.

CNN's Joe Johns contributed to this report.

Itza got AN app for that

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Winegrape powdery mildew app goes global


November 17, 2016


University of Adelaide

Grape growers and winemakers around the world will be able to easily assess powdery mildew in the field with the help of a mobile application just released globally.

PMapp, which supports decisions about grape quality, has been developed by the University of Adelaide in close collaboration with the Australian grape and wine sector, and supported by Wine Australia.

"Powdery mildew is a serious disease that affects grapevines worldwide and can cause off flavours and aromas in wine if it is not controlled," says project leader Eileen Scott, Professor of Plant Pathology at the University of Adelaide's School of Agriculture, Food and Wine.

"It's a costly disease for wine sectors across the world through loss of yield and cost of control and, because of the serious quality issues for wine, there is little tolerance of powdery mildew in the winery. But it's hard to assess -- the symptoms can be hard to distinguish from dust or spray residue.

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"PMapp is a simple tool that facilitates efficient assessment and recording of the severity and incidence of powdery mildew."
A local version of PMapp was released in Australia in December 2015 and proved its worth for the grape and wine community during the 2016 Australian vintage. It has now been made available to download outside Australia.

Powdery mildew is assessed in the vineyard as the percentage surface area of grape bunches affected, which gives a measure of disease severity. PMapp allows the user to visually assess the severity by matching it with computer-generated images.
The app allows assessors to enter disease data quickly in the vineyard, email the results and then analyse the resulting spreadsheet, which records GPS coordinates and other details of the assessment.

There is also a SSsuite of online resources to support PMapp.

 This can be used to train or up-skill wine sector personnel and students to recognise powdery mildew symptoms and estimate disease severity.

Wine Australia's General Manager Research, Development and Extension Dr Liz Waters says that PMapp is a valuable tool for the grape and wine community. "The PMapp and training website developers have taken the findings of this comprehensive research project funded by Wine Australia and produced two useable tools for the wine sector," Dr Waters says.

Comments from Australian users over the 2015/2016 season include:
Ian Macrae, CCW Cooperative Ltd: "Although PMapp was developed for assessing the severity of powdery mildew, we used the app for bunch rot assessment as well. Accurate assessment of severity is required when the patch is facing possible rejection. PMapp was a great tool in making decisions acceptable to both grower and winery."
Andrew Weeks, Executive Director, Australian Vignerons: "PMapp offers potential for a uniform and reliable assessment procedure for powdery mildew, which in turn provides a consistent market signal for winegrowers. This may lead to better understanding of disease control, and ultimately benefits in wine."
Alex Sas, Chief Viticulturist of Accolade Wines: "PMapp will quickly become part of the standard operating procedures of large wine companies in Australia and worldwide."
The PMapp is now available on Apple's App Store or Google Play. The online resources can be found at

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Materials provided by University of AdelaideNote: Content may be edited for style and length.

University of Adelaide. "Winegrape powdery mildew app goes global." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 17 November 2016. <>.

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