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Börner Carl

The German oenologist dr. Carl Börner (1880-1953) studied biology in Marburg (Hesse). From the year 1903 he was assistant to the Imperial Biological Institute (later Biologische Reichsanstalt) in Berlin. As director of the vineyard Ulmenweiler near Metz (Lorraine) from the year 1907, he devoted himself to the study of biology and control of the phylloxera, He discovered in 1910 by the trunk length distinctive species of this pest. After relocation of the vine station to Naumburg (Saale) he bred there resistant to the rain documents and fought successfully for the introduction of the finishing (Pfropfrebenbau) in Germany. He also worked on the phylloxera laws and the control of contaminated by the pest German wine regions. In 1935, he succeeded in discovering a completely reblausresistenten American wild vines of the species Vitis cinerea Arnold (see below Nodositäten and tuberosities ). On the basis of this vine took place by Dr. med. Helmut Becker (1927-1990) the breeding of a pad, which he named in honor of the discoverer. Börner also earned merit in the research of aphids,

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