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California Growers Attempt to Head Off Another Vine Threat

Daniel Sogg
Issue: April 30, 2001

April 30th, 2001 California Growers Attempt to Head Off Another Vine Threat Pierce's disease and phylloxera aren't the only grapevine maladies harrying California growers today. Eutypa, a fungal disease, strikes vineyards across the state, costing as much as $260 million per year in lost crops, according to a recent study by the American Vineyard Foundation.

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