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Phillip M. Brannen

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Phil Brannen is a plant pathologist with University of Georgia Extension.
Area(s) of Expertise: Fruit

Stories

01/29/20 - UGA viticulturist, plant pathologist to present at Wine Producers Conference Feb. 3-4 12/04/19 - Once thought immune, researchers find that muscadines can suffer nematode damage 10/10/18 - UGA plant pathologist cautions Georgia grape growers against fungicide resistance to downy mildew 02/01/18 - Peach farmers optimistic about 2018 after a disastrous 2017 crop 03/30/17 - Despite potential for disease, Georgia's grape industry is thriving 05/05/16 - UGA, UF researchers use weather monitors to combat diseases in strawberry fields 02/11/16 - Misdiagnosis of phony peach disease could have costly impact for peach growers 01/28/16 - Tissue-cultured blackberry plants key in avoiding threat of viruses 04/29/15 - Lime sulfur an effective option for blueberry farmers trying to combat Exobasidium leaf and fruit spot 04/02/15 - ProPhyt found to be effective treatment of orange cane blotch disease in blackberries 03/17/15 - Early blueberry varieties impacted by deep freezes in January, February 04/03/14 - UGA research helps prevent scab disease issues 03/05/14 - Georgia's peach crop benefitting from cold temperatures 10/21/10 - Disease threatens Georgia blueberry crop 03/29/07 - Treatment could stop wine grape killer 09/17/03 - Disease threatens next spring's strawberry harvest 07/23/01 - Rain Mixed Blessing for Georgia Peach Crop 06/01/01 - New Disease Threatens Georgia's Peach Industry 09/21/00 - Georgia Vineyards: Fine Wine in 'Shine Mountains