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By sampling a small 1-cm leaf disc for each grapevine, the disease resistance of over 300 grapevines (from a half-acre vineyard) can be tested in a small environment like a baking dish (Cadle-Davidson, Lance).
The Grape Genetics Research Unit (GGRU) is located in Geneva, NY and is part of the Northeast Area.
The Research Leader is Gan-Yuan Zhong.
630 West North Street
Geneva, NY 14456