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Grape > Whole Grapevine > Stunted/unusual growth of vines

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Herbicide Injury

  • Stunted or unusual growth of vines
  • Distorted and twisted leaves, margins of the leaf are often cupped upward
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Tomato/Tobacco Ringspot Virus Decline

  • Growth is severely stunted in the third year
  • Leaves exhibit a random pattern of yellows and greens or leaf yellowing in first year of infection
  • Smaller leaves, shorter internodes, and reduced yield are evident in second year
  • Fruit clusters are sparse with uneven ripening
  • More information on Tomato/Tobacco Ringspot Virus Decline...
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Eutypa Dieback
Eutypa lata

  • Shoots are stunted (shortened internodes)
  • Shoots growing on infected canes will appear deformed and discolored
  • Symptoms usually only seen in vines >6 years old
  • Young leaves will appear smaller, cupped and chlorotic
  • A canker that is flat in appearance develops on older woody vines, often around old pruning wounds
  • More information on Eutypa Dieback...

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