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Cover for Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae (bacterial canker or blast (stone and pome fruits))

P. syringae pv. syringae occurs in many areas, from the tropics to the frigid zone (e.g. Alaska). It attacks major crops, including beans...

Cover for Anguina tritici (wheat seed gall nematode)

A. tritici has been practically eliminated from grainfields in Europe by using clean seed and crop rotation. Up to 100% losses have been reported...

Cover for Glomerella cingulata (anthracnose)

Pre- and post-harvest losses of many high-value crops are substantial in the tropics because of various diseases caused by C. gloeosporioides....

Cover for Aceria guerreronis (coconut mite)

The coconut mite, Aceria guerreronis, is considered the most important pest of coconuts in the Americas, Africa and most recently in...

Cover for Aceria tosichella (wheat curl mite)

Estimates of economic losses caused by A. tosichella were provided by Atkinson and Grant (1967), and substantial reductions in yield...

Cover for Beet curly top virus (curly top)

The disease was first recognized causing important damage in 1888, in Nebraska, USA, and has since caused frequent and often very destructive...

Cover for Circulifer tenellus (beet leafhopper)

The beet leafhopper is considered a major pest only in western North America (Oman, 1970). The pest was effective at decimating sugarbeet...

Cover for Liriomyza huidobrensis (serpentine leafminer)

L. huidobrensis is a serious pest of potato, vegetables and ornamental plants in the field and glasshouses in many parts of the world (Lange et...


N. haematoceps is a vector of stubborn disease of citrus (Spiroplasma citri). It also transmits sesame phyllody...

Cover for Magnaporthe oryzae (rice blast disease)

Rice blast, because of its capacity to reduce yields, is currently the most important disease of rice worldwide and threatens food security...

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