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anthracnosis (GB)

This rather rare vine disease is caused by the mushroom Elsinoe ampelina caused. The symptoms are gray spots with black center on the exaggerated deep in the bark. The spots are also on Scroll and to watch berries. On the leaves they are outlined in black, the dead tissue later falls out and this results in characteristic small holes shot through by shotgun pellets. The berries form small reddish circles with a dark brown to black border that resemble a bird's eye (hence the English name bird's-eye red). This leads to cracks in the berry skin, which is ultimately secondary infections bunch rot being able to lead. Especially rootstocks infested with it. Often referred to as identical Black spots disease Although partly similar symptoms, but is caused by the fungus Phomopsis viticola. See also below Vine enemies,

Anthracnose - Symptom on berry (Bird's eye) / Symptoms on shoot, leaf, berry (drawing)

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