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IPM 25th2005 Annual Report

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Pierce's Disease

Pierce’s disease is a bacterial disease carried by leafhoppers from plant to plant. Best known as a severely debilitating disease of grapes, Pierce’s disease can also infect other crops such as citrus and almonds, and many species of ornamental plants in parks and gardens.

UC IPM Director Rick Roush oversees the UC Pierce's Disease Research Grants Program, also federally funded. For 2006-07 funding, the program released a call for proposals jointly with the CDFA Pierce's Disease Control Program.

  • Proposals due Feb. 6, 2006
  • Progress reports due April 14, 2006
  • Funding notification to PIs June 2006
  • Funding starts July 15, 2006

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