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Black Goo

Dec 2001 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
From Mystery Disease to Discovery of Pathogens "Because the fungi that cause young vine decline can be found almost anywhere, the UC Davis researchers are not recommending that commercial nurseries and the university's own Foundation Plant Materials Service remove healthy plants that carry the fungus." FPMS press release, May 2001. Phaeomoniella chlamydospora and Cylindrocarpon (black foot fungus) were each cultured from only one of five dormant vines tested. False negatives ...
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