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Baco François

Baco François The French teacher and vulture breeder François Baco (1865-1947) was rampant in fighting the 1880s in France and many other European countries phylloxera active. He learned the professional botanist Lucien Louis Daniel (1865-1940) finishing that is, the grafting of European noble voyages on American documents, From the appearance of black rot In 1896 he started breeding mushroom resistant hybrids, Baco carried out an artificial fertilization of 1,200 inflorescences and planted as a result about 50,000 grape seeds on the estate of his friend Jules Darrignan in the community Labatut near Bélus in the Southwest France region. In several years of work, he selected from over 50,000 cuttings around 7,000, of which, until 1912, no more than ten were ultimately marketed. He was also supported by his son Maurice.

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