Fruit Flies and Their Role in Causing Sour Rot
Invasive Pests Series Webinar

Megan Hall

Description: Sour rot is a disease affecting wine grapes worldwide, caused by yeast, acetic acid bacteria and Drosophila fruit flies. Controlling fruit flies in the vineyard presents a substantial challenge, yet it is the best strategy for preventing sour rot development and spread. Understanding how fruit flies contribute to the sour rot complex will lead to more sustainable management strategies and better control of the disease.

Speaker: Megan Hall, University of Missouri, Columbia

This 1-hour webinar is free to ASEV members and $50 per webinar for non-members.

Join us Thursday, July 2 from noon to 1:00 pm (PDT).

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