New survey confirms muscadine grapes are affected by parasitic nematodes

Muscadines are also known for being hearty grapes, with a tough skin that protects them from many fungal diseases. Bunch grapes are highly susceptible to damage from plant-parasitic nematodes (PPNs), which affect their health, quality, production, and maintenance. Now, thanks to a combined effort between scientists at the University of Georgia and North Carolina State University, we know that PPNs also affect muscadines.

New survey confirms muscadine grapes are affected by parasitic nematodes

Native to the Southeastern United States, muscadine grapes are a superfruit. With high levels of resveratrol, phenols and antioxidants, they are known to help fight cardiovascular disease and ...

Tue 15 Oct 19 from Phys.org

New survey confirms muscadine grapes are affected by parasitic nematodes, Tue 15 Oct 19 from Eurekalert

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