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Botrytis, a fungus that overwinters in the soil and on the vine, has drained moisture and nutrients from the infected berries and is rewriting the sensory profile of Semillon grapes.
Two years ago, France fell behind Italy -- due partly to the spread of botrytis, which devastated many vineyards.
cucumebrium and Botrytis cinerea were evaluated according to reference, and a potted plant test method was adopted.
Good sweet wines usually cost a little more because they are labour-intensive and the botrytis organism that dehydrates the grapes - to make what's left sweeter - can be erratic.
Keywords: Botrytis fabae; Disease development; Leaf age; Plant defense; Vicia faba
When Samuel Tinon, a sweet-wine maker in Bordeaux, decided to move to the Tokaji region of Hungary, he was ready to make wine from its Aszu (dried up' or 'dried out') grapes--grapes attacked by the desirable botrytis cinerea, or noble rot.
Os fungos Alternaria alternata, Aspergillus flavus, Aspergillus niger, Bipolares, Botrytis ricini, Curvularia sp.
Some of the grapes were affected by the botrytis fungus, also known as noble rot, that concentrates the grapes and produces some of the world's greatest sweet wines.
In present research five different levels of nitrate nitrogen fertilization were tested on the susceptibility of lettuce plants to two necrortroph fungi Botrytis cinerea and Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.
With the increasing call by the public to limit chemical use on plants and the ineffectiveness of fungicides due to resistance developed by Botrytis cinerea, Dr Abu Qamar's research team began studying genetic resistance to provide a sustainable alternative to chemical control.
The purple tomatoes were also less susceptible to one of the most important postharvest diseases, grey mould caused by Botrytis cinerea.