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Cover for Grapholita molesta (Oriental fruit moth)

G. molesta is a serious pest of economic importance of commercial stone and pome fruits around the world. G. molesta...

Cover for Momordica charantia (bitter gourd)

M. charantia is an annual climbing vine probably native to tropical and subtropical Africa and Asia (Englberger, 2009). It is now...

Cover for Monilinia laxa (blossom blight)

Although M. laxa causes significant losses both before and after harvest (Batra, 1991), it is not easy to assess the overall losses in a particular...

Cover for Grapholita funebrana (red plum maggot)

Damage caused by G. funebrana is easily quantified as only the fruits are affected. Where two or three generations occur in a...

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 Brevicoryne brassicae (cabbage aphid)

Crops which can suffer severe attack by B. brassicae include cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, radish, swede and mustard. Kale,...

Cover for Macrosteles quadrilineatus (aster leafhopper)

M. quadrilineatus is considered the most important vector of aster yellows phytoplasma (AYp), the causal agent of aster yellows (AY)...

Cover for Eucalyptus tereticornis (forest red gum)

Many Eucalyptus species are invasive, especially in southern Africa, and 11 species are also listed for the Pacific region (PIER,...


Bromus secalinus is a serious grassy weed infesting winter rye (Secale cereale), winter wheat (Triticum aestivum)...

Cover for Fallopia convolvulus (black bindweed)

F. convolvulus is a weedy species of gardens, cultivated fields, open habitats, orchards, non-crop areas, waste areas, and disturbed...

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