Pierce's Disease

Pierce's disease is a bacterial disease of grapevines that predominantly occurs in the southern states of the USA, as well as in Central and South America. This plant disease results in millions of dollars of damage every year, through loss of yield and costly replanting to replace infected vines.

Grapevine severely affected by Pierce's disease


Grapevine showing vigorous new growth after
treatment with Eden product


Eden's product approach to combating Pierce's disease is unique in that the causative bacteria within the vine are treated with a non-toxic formulation of terpenes administered through the roots, encouraging the recovery of diseased plants and avoiding the time and financial cost involved in replanting. Eden has successfully completed a set of field trials on infected vines in South Carolina, Alabama and California.

For further detailed information on Eden's products, please contact Eden at info@edenresearch.com