Bot Canker of Oak in Florida Caused by Diplodia corticola and D. quercivora

Figure 1. Live oak (Q. virginiana Mill.) showing dieback Credit: Jason Smith, UF/IFASThis 6-page fact sheet describes the emergence of these two pathogens of oak and grapevine in North America and Florida; the signs and symptoms of infection; mechanism of host disease and death; fungal morphology; origin, host range, and classification; and management options. Written by Sonja Mullerin and Jason A. Smith, and published by the UF Department of School of Forest Resources and Conservation, March 2015. (Photo: Jason Smith, UF/IFAS)

HS1152/HS401 Commercial Fresh Market, Wine, Juice, and Jelly Grape Cultivars for Florida, 2008

Figure 1. Muscadine grapes (assorted cultivars) after harvest at North Florida Research and Education Center, Suwannee Valley, Live Oak, FL, on Grape Field Day, August 2006.
HS-1152, a 4-page illustrated fact sheet by J. Breman and P. C. Andersen, describes the characteristics needed in cultivars for successful commercial grape production in Florida. Includes references and information on cultivars recommended by IFAS for wine, juice and jelly, and fresh market, plus fresh-market muscadine cultivars for planting on a trial basis, and sensory evaluation results. Published by the UF Department of Horticultural Sciences, November 2008.