Our questions are: What specific insects are vectoring the disease?

I'm trying to get to the point of what it's going to take to get a cure for this thing.
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It is my honor to submit this statement to the U.S.

2, it needs to be pointed out that the fact that these vines can tolerate the disease, can live and be productive in the presence of the bacteria, perhaps holds the genetic answer to the long-term solution of combatting this bacteria.
The other question we have to answer in Texas is what are our other native plants, what are our other alternate hosts that harbor the bacteria outside of the vineyard that are responsible for its movement into grape vines.

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that's what you're doing, she will understand. There is absolutely

Production costs after the war began the escalation that has continued ever since. Increases for both paper and labor meant that in nearly every year budgets had to be readjusted; any volume in press more than a year was bound to cost more in the end than had been planned. Income luckily was increasing somewhat after the war but not sufficiently. Income from sales accounted for only a small part of each year’s expenses; the remainder came partially from some endowment specifically designated for publication but chiefly from general funds. One welcome gift had been made in 1940 when Mrs. James H. Kirkland gave $5,000 as an endowment fund for publications in memory of her husband, a classicist who had been Chancellor of Vanderbilt University and long interested in the School. This fund was accepted by Chairman of the Managing Committee Lord not only for publications, but he ruled that the interest used for publications be considered the annual contribution of Vanderbilt University as a Cooperating Institution of the School.

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At the same meeting the very serious personnel problem concerning the Gennadeion had to be faced. Funds were not available to offer the Directorship of the Gennadeion Library to either of the candidates recommended to take office when Francis Walton retired on December 31, 1976. Professor Walton was therefore asked to serve as consultant with his housing continued from January 1 to June 30, 1977, and Sophie Papageorgiou who had been Assistant Librarian was appointed Acting Librarian for 1976-77. For 1977 78 Mrs. Papageorgiou continued as Acting Librarian assisted in the acquisition of books in the Byzantine field by a Visiting Professor (equivalent to the two Visiting Professors regularly at the School), Thomas F. Noonan. At the December 1977 meeting of the Managing Committee a gift from the Kress Foundation was announced, $45,000 to be used for a Samuel H. Kress Foundation Professor of Hellenic Studies in the Gennadeion for three years. This research scholar was to assist the Acting Librarian Mrs. Papageorgiou in the administration of the Library. The first holder of this appointment, in 1978-79, was Professor Angelike E. Laiou of Rutgers the State University of New Jersey, followed by Timothy Gregory of the Ohio State University in 1979-80 and in 1980-81. It was hoped that by the expiration of the grant in 1981 the financial picture of the School would be clearer so that it would be possible to decide what kind of position should be established for the future administration of the Gennadeion and that funds would be available to implement the decision (see below, pp. 235-236). In May 1980 Mrs. Papageorgiou was elected Librarian of the Gennadeion.

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