Temporal spore dispersal patterns of grapevine trunk pathogens in South Africa

@article{Niekerk2010TemporalSD,
  title={Temporal spore dispersal patterns of grapevine trunk pathogens in South Africa},
  author={Jan M. van Niekerk and Frikkie Johannes Calitz and Francois Halleen and Paul H. Fourie},
  journal={European Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2010},
  volume={127},
  pages={375-390}
}
Trunk disease pathogens of grapevines, viz. Phaeomoniella chlamydospora, Eutypa lata and several species in Botryosphaeriaceae, Phaeoacremonium and Phomopsis are known to infect fresh pruning wounds by means of air-borne inoculum released after rainfall or prolonged periods of high relative humidity. Recent surveys have demonstrated that most or all of these pathogens are present in climatically diverse grape growing regions of South Africa. However, the factors controlling spore dispersal of… CONTINUE READING

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