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NCPN Grapes
NCPN Grapes
NCPN Grapes
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NCPN Grapes

Welcome to the National Clean Plant Network for Grapes


NCPN Webinar Series: Clean Plants for the Future


How the National Clean Plant Network, new testing protocols, and a revitalized New York certification program will reduce the risk of nursery-transmitted viral pathogens.

Weekly on Thursdays at Noon Eastern, March 10 - 31

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NCPN-Grapes Special Seminar on Grape Crown Gall, February 10, 2015


Dr. Tom Burr leads a highly regarded, world class research program on crown gall of grapes (Agrobacterium vitis).   Dr. Burr came to UC Davis at the invitation of the National Clean Plant Network for Grapes to present the most current knowledge about crown gall, its control and management, as well as future research direction. Presentation is below:

Crown Gall on Grapevines: Management strategies based on current understanding of pathogen biology, Dr. Tom Burr, February 10, 2015

NCPN-Grapes Special Webinar on Grapevine Red Blotch, March 27, 2013



The National Clean Plant Network for Grapes is a body of industry members, experts in plant pathology, regulators and clean plant centers that were created to develop and provide healthy grapevine material to the grape industry in the United States.

The headquarters of the NCPN Grapes is at Foundation Plant Services at the University of California, Davis.  FPS also manages the primary foundation vineyard for the NCPN. 

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