Researchers from the French Institute for agronomic research received permission for the cultivation of grape varieties that are genetically resistant to mold propagation.
This writes UNN citing Engadget.
In contrast to the conventional varieties that need to be treated with pesticides about 15 times a year, new varieties enough just once.
“It will allow to increase the sustainability of the grapes and to reduce the cost of the wine from it”, – stated in the message.
It is expected that the first bottles of wine from grapes is resistant to mildew, will go on sale by 2020.