Warmer Temperatures Not Good for Pierce’s Disease Control in Grapes

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By Clint Thompson Unseasonably warm temperatures have one University of Georgia plant pathologist concerned about the impact on Pierce’s disease in grapes. Phil Brannen, University of Georgia Extension fruit disease specialist, discussed the potential dire situation facing some grape producers. “The concern I have on grapes, especially the European wine grapes in North Georgia, is with these warm temperatures we’re …