Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/40830
Type: Conference paper
Title: Microbial population growth responses to novel powdery mildew controls in an organic vineyard
Author: Walker, C.
Grbin, P.
Stephen, J.
Crisp, P.
Wicks, T.
Scott, E.
Citation: Shaping sustainable systems : 15th IFOAM Organic World Congress, 20-23 September, 2005: 4p. [electronic resource]
Publisher: Horticulture Australia
Publisher Place: Sydney
Issue Date: 2005
Conference Name: IFOAM Organic World Congress (15th : 2005 : Adelaide, S. Aust.)
Abstract: Use of sulphur for control of powdery mildew could be restricted in the future. Alternative products (milk, whey) were checked on their effect on counts of microbial populations, i.e. bacteria, filamentous fungi and yeast. Milk and whey applications multiplied the number of detectable colony forming units on leafs, berries and in musts. The influence on must quality was not studied.
Keywords: Oidium; plant protection; environmental protection; microbiology
RMID: 0020074974
Appears in Collections:Wine Science publications

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