Wine & Viticulture Journal Issue 2, 2018
Title: Australia prepared for the exotic grapevine disease angular leaf scorch
Keywords: Agricultural, America, analysis, Angular, Australia, Australian, Benomyl, Biosecurity, black, Blanc, boosting, Boscalid, Cabernet, Cabrio, Capability, Chancellor, Chardonnay, chlorotic, conclusions, Conditions, Control, Cool, Cornell, cultivators, Cutting, Development, Difenoconazole, Disease, Economic, Effective, Elite, eradicate, Eradication, Europe, experiment, Faint, Flint, Folicur, Fruit, fungicide, Fungicides, fungus, Geneva, Grapevine, Growth, Healthy, humid, impacts, incursion, Industry, Infected, Infection, Institute, Leaf, Leaves, Lesions, Loss, Mancozeb, Merlot, Myclobutanil, necrotic, New, Noir, North, parts, patches, Photosynthesis, Pinot, plan, prevention, Programs, protocol, Pruning, Pyraclostrobin, Rain, Reduce, Regions, removing, Research, Response, Riesling, Rot, Rotbrenner, Sauvignon, Scorch, Shiraz, Social, South, Spores, Spring, State, States, Station, Surface, Symptoms, Tebuconazole, threat, tissue, Treatment, trifloxystrobin, trunks, United, University, Upper, USA, veins, vines, Vineyards, Viticulture, WET, Wine, Yield, York
Page Number(s): 50-53
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