79: Grapevine Fungal Diseases
Wayne Wilcox, Professor Emeritus of Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology at Cornell University, spent his career on the applied biology and integrated management of grapevine fungal diseases. Wayne looks at berry susceptibility changes throughout the season to determine when control programs need to be maximized. Ultimately, his applied research sought to discover what makes a “disease tick” and use that knowledge to learn how to better target the disease.
- 47: Fungicide Resistance in the Vineyard | Walt Mahaffee (podcast)
- 54: Growing Grapes on Two Coasts | Mark Chien (podcast)
- 57: Wet Climate Viticulture | Frits Westover (podcast)
- Coincidence of maximum severity of powdery mildew on grape leaves and the carbohydrate sink-to-source transition
- Gubler-Thomas Model
- PMapp: A Mobile App for Assessing Grape Powdery Mildew
- Researchon sulfur on grapes – American society of vit
- SIP Certified Self-Assessment
- Tailgate: Managing Vine Mealybug in an Era of Leafroll
- Wayne Wilcox
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