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Hot-water treatment of dormant grape cuttings: its effects on Agrobacterium tumefaciens and on grafting and growth of vine

Hot-water treatment of dormant grape cuttings: its effects on Agrobacterium tumefaciens and on grafting and growth of vine

Vitis 30(3): 177-187

In experiments in the USA and Italy, treatment at 50 degrees C for 20-30 min gave good results in eliminating A. tumefaciens biovar 3 from symptomless grape cultivars. Cuttings from the cultivars Albana, Lambrusco Grasparossa, Rulander and Fortana, and from their graft combinations with the rootstocks 420A, 41B, 5BB and 1103P, showed only low infection levels when callus was analysed after the forcing period.

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