IOBC wprs Bulletin Vol. 29 (11) 2006 S.103-108 First detection of Eutypa lata (Pers.:Fr.) Tul. with PCR directly out of grapevine trunks in Germany. Turk J Agric For (2014) 38: 865-876 Occurrence of Botryosphaeriaceae species associated with grapevine dieback in Algeria. Plant Pathology. 08/2012; Grapevine trunk diseases: Complex and still poorly understood. PHYTOPATHOLOGIA MEDITERRANEA - AOUT 2013 - Au sommaire: Statistical analysis of grapevine mortality associated with esca or Eutypa dieback foliar expression. GROWING PRODUCE 28/05/15 Tips For Grapevine Trunk Disease Diagnostics, Prevention, and Control.
Various pathogens and environmental factors are considered to be major threats to the vineyard’s health.
Pathogens are disease-causing organisms such as fungi, bacteria, viruses, nematodes, and insects. In addition, adverse environmental conditions such as frost, hail, heat, chemical injury, nutrient toxicity or deficiency, improper cultural practices, and sanitation have an effect on vineyard health. As an example, a vineyard might be infected with pathogens without showing symptoms until adverse environment conditions compromise the plant defense mechanisms and trigger disease progression. Our lab focuses on the detection and control of pathogens that are propagated by grafting (i.e., graft transmitted pathogens). However, many fungal pathogens and Agrobacterium spp. can be dispersed (short and long distance) by wind, rain, and/or irrigation splashes.
The Cylindrocarpon spp. Many of these pathogens are soil-borne and or airborne and may be present in the vineyard. PHYTOPATHOLOGIA MEDITERRANEA - 2013 - Statistical analysis of grapevine mortality associated with esca or Eutypa dieback foliar. The PDF file you selected should load here if your Web browser has a PDF reader plug-in installed (for example, a recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader).
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The disease is caused by the fungus, Eutypa lata and is found in cool climate wine regions throughout the world. Eutypa dieback is one of Australia's most important grapevinetrunk diseases. Summary The status of eutypa dieback in Western Australian vineyards has been unclear, although two unconfirmed reports suggested it was present in Swan Valley and Margaret River. S. Afr. J. Enol. Vitic., Vol. 31, No. 2, 2010 Protection of Grapevine Pruning Wounds against Eutypa lata by Biological and Chemi.
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Plant Pathology 20/06/11 Genetic structure of the fungal grapevine pathogen Eutypa lata from four continents. PLANT MANAGEMENT NETWORK - 2001 - Eutypa Dieback of Grapevine and Apricot. Phytopathology. 2010 Oct;100(10):1048-56. Host range, biological variation, and phylogenetic diversity of Eutypa lata in Califor. Molecular Ecology Resources (2009) 9, 222–224 Microsatellite markers for the grapevine pathogen, Eutypa lata.