Do you still have questions about Red Blotch? You are not alone. One way to get your questions answered is to attended an upcoming webinar on the virus.
On Wednesday, March 27, 2013, Tim Martinson, Senior Extension Associate at Cornell University, will moderate an informational session featuring Cornell University virologist Marc Fuchs, University of California Cooperative Extension Farm Advisor Rhonda Smith, and University of California Davis Foundation Plant Services director Deborah Golino. This webinar is designed to be interactive, so your questions can be answered by the experts between their presentations.
GRBaV, its association with Red Blotch disease and presence in vineyards. Marc Fuchs, Department of Plant Pathology and Plant Microbe Biology, Cornell University (with contributions from Mysore Sudarshana and Keith Perry)
An Extension Perspective: Field observations and impact on vines. Rhonda Smith, UCCE Farm Advisor, Sonoma County.
Testing and identification of vines and planting material. Deborah Golino, UC Davis Foundation Plant Services.
To register for the webinar, please fill out the online form before Tuesday, March 26. Connection instructions will be emailed out to registrants on March 26. Advanced registration is required to participate.
This webinar is a product of the NCPN-Grapes outreach committee, and is funded by the USDA Farm Bill Section 10201 funds awarded to Cornell University. Please see the attached announcement for more information.