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A protocol to quantify spray deposits in grape bunches


, : A protocol to quantify spray deposits in grape bunches. SA Fruit Journal 4(2): 50-51, 53

This paper describes a spray cover assessment protocol, developed by the Department of Plant Pathology at the University of Stellenbosch (South Africa), using fluorometry, photomicrography and digital image analyses to measure spray coverage on susceptible grape bunch parts. The protocol provides an essential tool that can be used to study the optimization of spray application of agrochemicals and/or biological control agents in vineyards.

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