COS OGA controls powdery and downey mildew in grape in France
  • Grape vine (Vitis vinifera)/ FR/ natural plant elicitor COS OGA/ Erisyphe necator and Plasmopara viticola
  • Many chemical residues are reported in wine from conventional crops, these may cause problems for consumer health. Also a limit to the use of copper (Cu) has been installed.
  • Export restrictions lowering maximum residue levels (MRL’S.) have forced the growers towards disease control which is beneficial to human and environmental health.
  • Product mimics natural plant defence mechanisms and activates plant defence mechanism in an innovative preventative way

 

 

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  • Technical result: producers report excellent efficacy , 20-30% reduction in chemical fungicide sprayin
  • Economic result: residue free grapes enter market at higher price
  • Sustainability (ecological, social and economical) Gains:

 

    • Reduced in reliance on chemical pesticides
    • Increased biodiversity enabling resilient vine cropping systems
    • Enables regenerative land use practices

 

    • Demonstrates good governance through close technical collaboration
    • Enables worker and sports men health and safety

 

    • Promotes quality and healthy grass lands
    • Improvement of financial viability , by lowering input costs
    • Ensures the existence of healthy grassland on the long term
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