Powdery mildew always a vineyard concern

Nunez, Joe; Luvisi, Don
April 2012
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;4/20/2012, p12
The article offers information on powdery mildew control management. Powdery mildew is considered as a concern in many vineyards in the U.S. in 2011. Preventive fungicide applications and complete coverage of the vine are suggested as the key to powdery mildew control. Tips are provided on proper equipment maintenance and adjustment as well as using all the tools available for powdery mildew control.


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