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CRAVE Conference: Sour rot

“Cool climate grapes are prone to sour rot. Infected grapes not only smell like vinegar, they are discolored with tan or red hue to infected berries, which eventually become watery. Sour rot doesn’t have a single cause or vector. Many organisms, including fungi, bacteria and insects play a role in the disease. But one thing is needed for sour rot to develop: a wound to the grape.”

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CRAVE Conference: Sour rot