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Ripe Rot in Grapes, a new challenge

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Ripe rot (Colletotrichum sp.) is a disease effecting grapes at or near harvest time that has long been recognized in more southern areas, especially on muscadine grapes. For the first time, the disease has been recognized in vineyards in southern New England and is causing some significant crop losses.

Author: 
S. Schloemann and F. Caruso
Last Updated: 
Sep 17, 2012
Topics: 
Agriculture
Agriculture topics: 
Diseases
Fruit