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Botryosphaeria infections in New Zealand grapevine nurseries: Sources of inoculum and infection pathways
(Lincoln University, 2011)
The botryosphaeriaceous fungi can cause decline, dieback and death of grapevines. Anecdotal evidence has indicated that these pathogens might be present in the young vines sold by propagation nurseries, so this study ...
Inoculum sources of Botryosphaeriaceae species in New Zealand grapevine nurseries
(Springer Verlag, 2013-01)
This study investigated the sources of inoculum of Botyosphaeriaceae species in three commercial grapevine nurseries in New Zealand. Botryosphaeriaceae propagules were detected on the surfaces of 33 to 100 % of canes and ...
Virulence affected by assay parameters during grapevine patholgenicity studies with Botryosphaeriaceae nursery isolates
(Wiley on behalf of the British Society for Plant Pathology, 2013-12)
This study assessed the symptoms that developed when 114 Botryosphaeriaceae isolates from grapevine nursery plant materials were used to inoculate excised green shoots and 1-year-old rooted canes of Sauvignon blanc. The ...