NC State Sour Rot Management Resources for Vineyard Managers!

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When asked what the leading management issue NC vineyards face today,  managers across the state agree that year after year they consistently struggle with sour rot and information on how to manage it has been hard to find. In an attempt to offer growers more information on this disease complex, NC State Specialists and Extension Agent Karen Blaedow have put together a fact sheet entitled “Management Guide for Sour Rot in North Carolina”. Visit Management Guide for Sour Rot in North Carolina to view, print, or download.

In addition to the fact sheet, two webinars on sour rot management are now available on YouTube.

To learn more about Sour Rot: Causes, Concerns, & Coping Strategies check out this webinar by NC State Assistant Professor Dr. Sara Villani:

To learn more about Cultural Practices for Sour Rot Management check out this webinar by NC State Small Fruits Extension Specialist Dr. Mark Hoffman:

Additional Sour Rot Management Resources:

Resources made possible through funding from a Southern Small Fruit Consortium Grant.