Research article‘Concord’ grapevine nutritional status and chlorosis rank associated with fungal and bacterial root zone microbiomes
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Highlights•Microbial contributions and consequences in chlorosis have received little study.•Healthy and chlorotic vines had clearly distinct rooting zone microbial communities.•Bacterial community was closely associated with leaf tissue Mg and chlorosis rank.•Fungal community shifts corresponded with soil Fe and pH, and leaf N, Mg, and Ca.•Chlorosis was also consistently associated with reduced N and C metabolism in soils.

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