GGRUGrape Genetics Research Unit (US Department of Agriculture)
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Scientists with ARS's recently established Grape Genetics Research Unit (GGRU) in postcard-pretty Geneva, New York, study the full gamut of grapes grown in the United States, including those grown in California's semiarid valleys and in northeastern states that experience cold winters.
"Our germplasm collection is an essential tool for GGRU's genetics, genomics, and breeding research," says PGRU fruit crops curator Philip Forsline.
Meanwhile, fungi that can cause diseases and cripple grape production are the targets of work led by GGRU plant pathologist Lance Cadle-Davidson.