May 2001 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
With all the concern about the glassy-winged sharp-shooter and Pierce's Disease, some of the grapegrowers' more traditional foes might appear to have been forgotten. This is not the case of course as there are several recent research projects studying such beasties as the ubiquitous nematode. Edward Caswell-Chen of the department of Nematology at UC Davis recently conduct research on the dynamics of and interactions between the nematode Xiphinema index and Grape Fanleaf Virus (GFV). Wine Busines...
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