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This website is the Knowledge Reservoir of the H2020 WINETWORK project on Flavescence Dorée and Grapevine Trunk Diseases.
It has the ambition to host all worldwide existing knowledge on the topics, both developed by research or derived from practical experience.
Those stakeholders – such as scientists, advisors or vinegrowers – who would like to share their documented knowledge can contribute to this webarchive by uploading their videos, images and documents in a few simple steps.

Published on: 02/12/2015
  • Technical datasheet Insertion of wood dowels inoculated with Trichoderma spp.  inside grapevine trunk
    Atypical practice applied in field to limit GTDs symptoms expression, result from interviews
    The technique consists of inserting into the trunk of a vine small wood dowels inoculated with Trichoderma spp., by drilling small holes into the trunk. Two examples of this practice in two wine De...
    Published on: 10/05/2017
  • Technical datasheet Mating disruption
    A new method for Scaphoideus titanus management
    During WINETWORK project, 219 interviews were conducted by the facilitator agents (FA’s) of the 10 European winegrowing regions involved on the project. The FA’s identified several practices to fight
    Published on: 10/05/2017
  • Technical datasheet Hot Water Treatment (HWT)
    Prevent from propagation of Flavescence Dorée phytoplasma
    Flavescence Dorée (FD) is a type of grapevine yellow and a serious disease caused by phytoplasma. FD is spread by an insect vector, a leafhopper Scaphoideus titanus, and it has been shown that it can
    Published on: 10/05/2017
  • Technical datasheet A guide of good practices in regions without FD
    What is Flavescence Dorée, how it is spread? How to control it ? All you need to know about FD
    Flavescence Dorée (FD) is a serious disease, ranked among grapevine yellows (GY), and detected since the 1950’s in France, then similar diseases were reported in other European countries (Bois Noir...
    Published on: 10/05/2017
  • Technical datasheet Global vineyard strategy to prevent GTDs
    Vineyard management practices to prevent GTDs
    Wood diseases, caused by a complex of pathogenic fungi, have increased since the prohibition of sodium arsenite. Eradication of these diseases isn’t simple since no cure exists on the market of plant
    Published on: 10/05/2017
  • Technical datasheet Trichoderma application to protect pruning wounds
    How to use Trichoderma species to protect pruning wounds?
    Trunk diseases significantly limit the productivity and longevity of vineyards in most of the winegrowing regions all over the world. Pathogens - a set of taxonomically- unrelated Ascomycete fungi ...
    Published on: 10/05/2017
  • Technical datasheet Trunk cleaning
    A practice applied in field to limit GTDs incidence, result from Winetwork interviews
    Cleaning grapevine trunk is a technique often used to limit the effects of grapevine trunk diseases (GTDs). GTDs as Esca, Botryosphaeria- and Eutypa diebacks are an important cause of European vine...
    Published on: 10/05/2017
  • Technical datasheet copper nanoparticles
    Atypical practice observed in field to limit GTDs, result from Winetwork interviews
    This document is the result of interviews made on field with the principal objective to highlight the diversity of techniques used in field. To date, no assessment, no validation or checking efficacy
    Published on: 10/05/2017
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