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Cover for Rhyzopertha dominica

Rhyzopertha dominica

R. dominica is a major pest of wheat (Flinn et al., 2004) and rice (Chanbang et al., 2008a,b) around the world. Both larvae and...


Acidovorax citrulli

In the spring of 1989 in the USA, bacterial fruit blotch of watermelon first occurred in commercial watermelon fields in Florida and, as the season...

Cover for Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum

Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum

Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum (Lso) is a phloem-limited, Gram-negative, unculturable bacterium that is primarily spread by...


Cyclosorus parasiticus

Cyclosorus parasiticus (=Christella parasitica) is a fern that is widespread throughout tropical Asia and some of the...

Cover for Clover yellow vein virus

Clover yellow vein virus

Most of the concern about the impact of ClYVV has focussed on clovers, particularly white clover (Trifolium repens), which are mostly grown as...

Cover for Cucumber mosaic virus

Cucumber mosaic virus

CMV has the widest host range of any virus and is one of the most damaging viruses of temperate agricultural crops worldwide (Gallitelli, 2000). It...

Cover for Erysiphe betae

Erysiphe betae

Infection of sugarbeet by E. betae is extremely damaging and results in both lower root yields and sugar contents. Heavy infections can reduce...

Cover for Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici

Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici

F. oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici has the potential to severely affect tomato production and can cause complete yield loss under greenhouse and field...


Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. radicis-lycopersici

Although tomato is the main host, when Menzies et al. (1990) inoculated 47 species (and 11 varieties within 5 of those species) from 15 botanical...

Cover for Alternaria brassicicola

Alternaria brassicicola

IntroductionAlthough A. brassicicola occurs both on oleiferous and vegetable (oleraceous) Brassicas, the latter are the primary...

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