• Compendium of Grape Diseases

    American Phytopathological Society (APS)

  • $333.83

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    Of interest to everyone who works with grapes. Includes sections on cultural practices and selection of planting material. 1988; 121 pages; 188 color photographs; 30 black and white photographs and illustrations  ISBN 0-89054-088-8 Table of Contents Introduction; Pathogens of Grape, The Family Vitaceae and Vitis Speciation, Grapevine Structure and Growth Stages, Historical Significance of Diseases in Grape Production Part 1: Diseases Caused by Biotic Factors Fruit and Foliar Diseases Caused by Fungi; Powdery Mildew, Downy Mildew, Botrytis Bunch Rot and Blight, Black Rot, Phomopsis Cane and Leaf Spot, Anthracnose, Rotbrenner, Bitter Rot, White Rot, Ripe Rot, Macrophoma Rot, Angular Leaf Spot, Diplodia Cane Dieback and Bunch Rot, Berry Rots and Raisin Molds, Rust; Minor Foliage Diseases; Leaf Blight, Leaf Blotch, Zonate Leaf Spot, Septoria Leaf Spot, Other Minor Foliage Diseases; Wood and Root Diseases Caused by Fungi; Eutypa Dieback, Esca and Black Measles, Black Dead Arm, Armillaria Root Rot, Phymatotrichum Root Rot, Verticillium Wilt, Dematophora Root Rot, PhytophthoraCrown and Root Rot, Grape Root Rot Diseases Caused by Bacteria and Bacterialike Organisms; Crown Gall, Bacterial Blight, Pierce's Disease; Grapevine Yellows Diseases; Flavescence Doree, Bois Noir and Vergilbungskrankheit, Other Grapevine Yellows Diseases Caused by Viruses and Viruslike Agents; Fanleaf Degeneration, Tomato Ringspot Virus Decline, Tobacco Ringspot Virus Decline, Peach Rosette Mosaic Virus Decline, Leafroll, Corky Bark, Rupestris Stem Pitting, Other Virus and Viruslike Diseases; Nematode Parasites of Grape; Root-Knot Nematodes, Dagger and Needle Nematodes, Lesion Nematodes, Citrus Nematode, Miscellaneous Ectoparasitic Nematodes Part 2: Mites and Insects That Cause Disease-Like Symptoms in Grapes Mites, Thrips, Leafhoppers and Treehoppers, Phylloxera Part 3: Disorders Caused by Abiotic Factors Chimeras, Nutritional Disorders, Environmental Stress, Air Pollution, Pesticide Toxicity Part 4: Effects of Cultural Practice on Disease Modifying the Vine Microclimate, Altering Inoculum Levels, Alterning Disease Resistance of the Grapevine, Increasing Vine Tolerance of Disease Part 5: Selection of Planting Materials Selection of Grapevines, Registration and Certification, Regulation of the International Trade in Grapevines for Propagation Appendix, Equivalent Names of Grape Diseases and Disorders; Glossary; Index; Color Plates Spanish version available.

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