Management of mycotoxin producing moulds in vineyards – final report

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Authors Emmett, R. W.
Publishers Horticulture Australia Limited (HAL)
Category Books/Reports

Black Aspergillus moulds, including Aspergillus carbonarius, develop on damaged grapes before harvest. A. carbonarius produces a mycotoxin, ochratoxin A (OA), that is an undesirable fungal by-product in dried grapes. To ensure the integrity of Australian dried grapes, research was conducted to develop a dried grape OA testing service and improve knowledge of disease development and management in vineyards.

Year 2004
Copy Date 2014-10-22
Copy Right Horticulture Australia Limited (HAL)
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