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What wrong with Graphs?

Posted by aaaaaaaa 6 (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 11, 12 at 7:51

Hi,

I see pale brown spots on baby graphs. This is my first time growing it.

What could be the reason? How to save my grapes?

Present temps is low 80's with very humid.It is raining almost everyday. I hand picked some of the snails around the vines.

Is any experts out there, who can help me? Is this fungus or sunburn?

Please any reasonable suggestions welcome. Thanks in advance.
Anna


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RE: What wrong with Graphs?

Anna,
I think your referring to the new shoots or new growth. Probably a fungus. Sulfur based sprays are what people usually use.
Grafts are pieces of one type of plant made to grow on other types of plants.
Any viticulturists out there?


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RE: What wrong with Graphs?

Second sentence mentions grapes, so I'm going to assume thats what they meant by graphs the rest of the time.

If your grape leaves have brown spots on them, it could be the result of a fungal infection. If so, then you should get a nice broad spectrum fungicide spray for it.


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RE: What wrong with Graphs?

Or, do the tiny little GRAPES have brown spots on them?
Again, probably fungal.


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RE: What wrong with Graphs?

Tiny little GRAPES have pale brown spots on them.

With all this rain I am not sure of yield.


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