In search of solutions to grapevine trunk diseases through “crowd-sourced” science

@inproceedings{Block2013InSO,
  title={In search of solutions to grapevine trunk diseases through “crowd-sourced” science},
  author={Karen L. Block and Philippe E. Rolshausen and Dario Cantu},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2013}
}
Trunk diseases create tremendous problems for the viticulture industry causing significant economical losses due to reduced yields, increased crop management costs for cultural and chemical preventive measures, and shortened life span of the vines (Munkvold et al., 1994; Bertsch et al., 2013). No cures are currently available and the diseased wood is typically removed to limit the spread of infection to other permanent structures of the vine. Knowledge of the mechanisms responsible for the… CONTINUE READING
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