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Grape Disease - Anthracnose

Developed by Mark Bell, Frank Zalom, Emily Symmes, and Mark Henderson (July 2009) "What is Grape Anthracnose? Grape anthracnose (Elsinoe ampelina) is a fungal disease of grapes in warm, humid, rainy regions. It is also known as “bird’s eye rot” because of the characteristic circular damage it causes on grape berries. What is the Damage Caused? Anthracnose may cause significant economic loss by decreasing yield and quality. Anthracnose may reduce overall vigor of the vine. "

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