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Cover Crops as Reservoirs for Young Vine Decline Pathogens
Young vine decline (YVD) is a grapevine trunk disease (GTD) which results in stunted and delayed growth, reduced yield, root necrosis and eventually death of young vines. Given losses associated with root trunk disease, and increasing limits on chemical fungicides, there is a need for sustainable approaches to combat disease; (1) Cover cropping is a commonly used practice in agricultural systems and has potential to reduce disease in vineyards but there is a risk that cover crop species may actdoi:10.3390/agronomy12102422 fatcat:4ixg5i6bgncule6unclv3wygke