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Vine Pathology

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  • New approaches to the vineyard microbiome
    Stephane Compant, Austrian Institute of Technology - Alex Gobbi, microwine project - Alberto Acedo, WineSeq
    The plant is not a sterile system but interacts with a community of microorganisms at different levels that make up its microbiome. The study of the microbiome and of both positive and negative int...
    Published on: 18/04/2018
  • Video seminars of the Enoforum 2017 session dedicated to the Winetwork project
    At the 10th edition of Enoforum, a congress session was dedicated to the presentation of the main results attained during the Winetwork project.
    Published on: 30/09/2017
  • Sumary of scientific knowledge on the Grape Trunk Diseases
    Vincenzo Mondello, Université de Reims
    Vincenzo Mondello in his presentation within the Winetwork module at Enoforum 2017, describes what was achieved in these last years of research and summarizes the results of the scientific group in...
    Published on: 29/09/2017
  • European winegrowers' practices against Grapevine Trunk Diseases
    Fanny Prezman, IFV Sud-Ouest
    Fanny Prezman, during her presentation in the Enoforum 2017 session dedicated to theWinetwork project, described the current viticultural practices being used, some of which are well known and scie...
    Published on: 29/09/2017
  • Symptoms and epidemiology of the Flavescence dorée in Europe
    François-Michel Bernard, IFV Burgogne
    François-Michel Bernard, during the presentation given during the Winetwork session at Enoforum 2017, gives a quick overview of the knowledge gained
    Published on: 29/09/2017
  • Strategies for the control of the Flavescence dorée in the main European wine regions
    Maurizio Gily, SIVE Consultant
    Maurizio Gily in his presentation at Enoforum 2017 summarized the different critical points that were identified during the Winetwork project, such as the risk posed by wild vines or abandoned vine...
    Published on: 29/09/2017
  • Sour rot:  etiology, biology, and management
    Megan Hall, Greg Loeb, and Wayne F. Wilcox; Cornell University, New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, USA
    Article based on the paper presented at the “International Cool Climate Wine Symposium”, ICCWS, Brighton, England, 26-28 may 2016 
    Published on: 19/06/2017
  • Botrytis Bunch Rot: a complex disease requiring integrated control
    Wayne F. Wilcox ; Plant Pathology & Plant-Microbe Biology Section, SIPS, Cornell University, USA
    Botrytis bunch rot (BBR), caused by the fungus Botrytis cinerea, causes damage to ripening grape clusters throughout the temperate regions of the world where pre-harvest rains occur. Although pure ...
    Published on: 26/04/2017
  • VALORinVITIS project starts its activities
    VALORinVITIS is a projet aiming to the “Expansion and valorization of biodiversity for a competitive and sustainable management of the Piacenza province viticulture area in the face of changing cli...
    Published on: 21/04/2017
  • Technologies for the precise application of pesticides into vineyards
    Andrew LANDERS, Tomas PALLEJA CABRE , Jordi LLORENS; NYSAES, Cornell University, USA - Lleida University, Spain
    The application of pesticides has been of concern for many years, particularly methods of reducing drift and improving deposition. There are many interrelated factors which affect spray application...
    Published on: 07/02/2017
  • The final results of the EU project MoDeM_IVM will be presented at a conference organized within Vinitech, on November 29th, 2012, at Hall 3, Room 303 of the Bordeaux Exhibition Centre.
    Published on: 05/11/2012
  • G. MALACARNE, F. MOREIRA, M. PERAZZOLLI, M. S. GRANDO, R. VELASCO; Fondazione Edmund Mach, Istituto agrario di San Michele all’Adige (Iasma), Italy;
    Grapevine (Vitis vinifera L.) is the most widely grown fruit crop with an annual production of more than 67 million tons, while its derivatives have a large and expanding world-wide market. However...
    Published on: 19/07/2010
  • Jean-Michel SALMON ; INRA Montpellier, France
    The main objective of this task was the potential reduction of microbial diseases on damaged grape berries by spraying S. cerevisiae yeasts on the grapes by creating competition amongst micro-organ...
    Published on: 20/04/2010
  • Lucia ANDREINI, Raffaella VITI, Giancarlo SCALABRELLI; Department of Woody Species Cultivation and Defense “G. Scaramuzzi”, Università di Pisa, Pisa
    Despite numerous studies completed on Esca, histological alterations in the plant tissues remain an uncovered argument which could provide additional insight into the complex mechanisms that are at...
    Published on: 23/09/2009
  • M.R. SOSNOWSKI, M.L. CREASER, T.J. WICKS, R. LARDNER and E.S. SCOTT AGJWR Vol 14, Number 1, 2008
    Eutypa dieback is a major threat to the sustainability and productivity of the viticulture industry worldwide. The fungicide benomyl has been the most effective treatment to protect wounds against ...
    Published on: 27/10/2008
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