Grapevine leafroll-associated viruses (GLRV or Grape Leafroll Virus Disease) are widespread in many grape-growing areas in the mid-Atlantic region. As the mid-Atlantic region becomes more heavily invested in cultivars of V. vinifera, which are most susceptible to the effects of these viruses, the disease caused by these viruses will inevitably become a more severe problem for our grape and wine industry.
With this survey, we would like to investigate strategies that growers like you would use to control these viruses. If you have questions about this survey, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Claudia Schmidt, assistant professor of agricultural economics, Penn State (email@example.com).
Survey link: https://pennstate.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8kT0ehBTZGuQEJ0?j=738094&sfmc_sub=43216401&l=159_HTML&u=19577883&mid=7234940&jb=1&subscriberkey=0030W00003VHrrxQAD
Presentations to MGGA on Grapevine viruses, including the Grapevine Leafroll virus, from Dr. Marc Fuchs at Cornell, are at this link: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1eV600JPGWpAYslt-9R7rn-rtJedBu6_x?usp=sharing