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Control of Botrytis cinerea on grape berries during postharvest storage with reduced levels of sulfur dioxide

Control of Botrytis cinerea on grape berries during postharvest storage with reduced levels of sulfur dioxide

Plant Disease 70(11): 1050-1052

Mature berries of Thompson Seedless, Flame Seedless or Emperor were inoculated with B. cinerea and stored at 0 degrees C for 6 wk. The berries were treated 3 times/wk with 0, 50, 100, 200, 800 or 3200 p.p.m. SO2. The 200-p.p.m. treatment controlled the development and spread of disease in the inoculated berries, but complete control on naturally infected berries was only achieved with 800 p.p.m. Bleaching was not observed on berries treated at <less or =>200 p.p.m.

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