Ripe rot of south eastern Australian wine grapes is caused by two species of Colletotrichum: C. acutatum and C. gloeosporioides with differences in infection and fungicide sensitivity

Lindsay Greer, John Harper, Sandra Savocchia, Suren Samuelian, Christopher Steel

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