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Disease Fact Sheets

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Understanding the disease, prevention, and management. By Elwin Stewart, Nancy Wenner, Leslie Long, and Barrie Overton

Papers

Barrie E. Overton, Elwin L. Stewart, Nancy G. Wenner. In Press. Manganese oxidation in Petri disease fungi as a novel taxonomic character.

Stewart, E.L., N.G. Wenner and B.E. Hed. 2003. First report of Phaeomoniella chlamydospora in Vitis vinifera, Vitis labrusca and French American Hybrids in Pennsylvania and New York. Plant Disease 87:750.

Stewart E. L. and N.G. Wenner, 2004. Grapevine Decline in Pennsylvania and New York. Wine East July - August, 32(2), 12-21, 51.

Overton, B.E., Stewart, E.L., Qu, X., Wenner, N.G., Christ, B.J.. 2004. Qualitative real-time PCR SYBR Green detection of Petri disease fungi. Phytopathologia Mediterranea 43: 403-410.

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Barrie E. Overton, Elwin L. Stewart, Nancy G. Wenner

ABSTRACT: Elwin Stewart, Nancy Wenner, Bryan Hed In: Plant Disease, June 2003: Volume 87, Number 6, page 750

Elwin Stewart and Nancy Wenner; 2004 IN: Wine East, July-August, 32(2), 12-21, 51.

Overton, B.E., Stewart, E.L., Qu, X., Wenner, N.G., Christ, B.J. ; In: Phytopathologia Mediterranea 43: 403-410. 2004

Posters

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2003. Elwin L. Stewart, Nancy G. Wenner, Leslie A. Long, and Barrie E. Overton. Phytopathology 93:S81. Publication no. P-2003-0593-AMA.

2003. Elwin L. Stewart, Nancy G. Wenner, Leslie A. Long, and Barrie E. Overton. Phytopathology 93:S81. Publication no. P-2003-0593-AMA.

2003. Leslie A. Long, Elwin L. Stewart, Nancy G. Wenner, Barrie E. Overton. 8 th International Congress of Plant Pathology . New Zealand.

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2005. Overton, B.E., E. L. Stewart, and N.G. Wenner. 4 th International Workshop on Grapevine Trunk Diseases, South Africa, January 20-21, 2005.

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Lucie Morton, Nancy G. Wenner, Elwin L. Stewart, Barrie E. Overton

Brochures

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The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Plant Pathology and Cooperative Extension Service

Other College Publications

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Grapes are produced in many areas throughout the Commonwealth and lend themselves well to small-scale and part-time farming operations. Due to the nature of grape production, considerable production can be obtained on a limited amount of land. Depending on the variety produced, marketing can be either wholesale (for juice, wine, or the fresh market) or retail (primarily fresh table grapes). This 12-page publication explains marketing, site selection, land preparation and preplanting, ordering vines, layout and planting, trellis construction, pruning and training, fertilization, pest concerns, harvest and storage, regulations, risk management, and budgeting for wine grape production. Sample budgets are also provided.

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This four-page fact sheet lists production guides, general and specialty reference books, trade journals, newsletters, grower organizations, wine-related information, and other resources than can help grape growers in Pennsylvania.

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Grapes are one of the most ancient crops known to humans.They can be eaten fresh as table grapes or enjoyed in a variety of products such as juice, jelly, raisins, and the ultimate processed grape product, wine. This publication provides information on selecting cultivars, purchasing and planting grapes, nutritional requirements, pruning, training/trellis systems, and pests.