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Tree Physiology, Volume 24, 2004: Contents
... Text ] Exposure to elevated carbon dioxide concentration in the dark lowers the respiration quotient of Vitis cane wood David R. Smart Volume 24 Issue: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ...

HAKONE Wetlands Botanical Garden
... Linn Nymphoides peltata Epilobium angustifolium Iris ensata var. spontanea Alpine plants garden Dicentra peregrina Vaccinium vitis-idaea Silene keiskei var. akaisialpina Artemisia schmidtiana

... is utilized as a pot plant. People make jam out of the berries of Vaccinium vitis-idaea. Arcterica nana and Loiseleuria procumbens are appreciated as a pot plant by alpine plant enthusiasts. Andromeda polifolia Vaccinium vitis-idaea Arcterica nana Loiseleuria procumbens The background of this page is a traditional pattern for ...
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FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - Volume 1, Chapter 9
... from the native grapes in eastern North America without much success. The Old World grape (Vitis vinifera) was successfully introduced into California by the Spanish and became the basis for the ... to U.P. Hedrick (1950), 11 kinds of plums (Prunus spp.), 15 kinds of grapes (Vitis spp.), 6 species of blackberries (Rubus spp.), and 4 species of raspberries (Rubus spp.) have ...

Downy Mildew of Grape, HYG-3013-95
... very important. Grape varieties vary greatly in their susceptibility to downy mildew. In general, vinifera (Vitis vinifera) varieties are much more susceptible than American types, and the French hybrids are somewhat ...

Powdery Mildew of Grape, HYG-3018-94
... mildew can result in reduced vine growth, yield, fruit quality, and winter hardiness. Varieties of Vitis vinifera and its hybrids generally are much more susceptible than American varieties. Symptoms The powdery ...
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Texas Plant Disease Handbook - Fig Menu
Texas Plant Disease Handbook - Fig Menu Scientific Name : Vitis vinifera A complete description of Grapes Diseases, or Individual Grape Diseases Anthracnose Black Rot Cotton Root Rot Chlorosis Crown Gall Dead Arm Downy Mildew Grapevine Fanleaf Leaf Roll Mushroom Root Rot Pierce's Disease Powdery Mildew Root Knot Nematodes Vein Clearing

OREP - Development of a Biological Control Agent for Crown Gall of Grapevine
... [Help on PDF] EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Crown gall disease of grapevine, caused by the bacterium Agrobacterium vitis, has become a major threat to grape production in Ontario, with no effective chemical controls available. It is particularly damaging to the Vitis vinifera varieties. Clean nursery stock protected against crown gall would be an invaluable contribution ...

OREP - Biocontrol could help manage grape disease in Ontario
... Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) is giving grape growers a fighting chance against Agrobacterium vitis, the bacteria behind crown gall, by developing a biological control system to prevent the tumours ...
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... adapted to our climate in Pennsylvania, having good pest resistance and cold-hardiness. European grapes (Vitis vinifera) such as Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon have excellent winemaking characteristics, but they are susceptible ...

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