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Coptotermes formosanus

C. formosanus is often transported by boats and shipping containers to port cities before being carried further inland via landscape...

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Grapholita molesta

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

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Monochamus alternatus

M. alternatus attacks 18 species of Pinus, three species of Picea, and one species each of Abies,...

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Ceratocystis fimbriata

The literature suggests that introduced populations of C. fimbriata have thus far remained restricted to particular cultivated hosts. This is...

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Ceratocystis paradoxa

SugarcaneThe pathogen attacks setts in the soil and causes considerable damage, especially when conditions for germination and subsequent...

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Dickeya zeae

D. zeae is a major disease of maize in tropical and subtropical countries. It is particularly severe under conditions of high...

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Haematonectria haematococca

Culture colony growth in vitro is moderately rapid, covering an agar slope in 4-6 days with a somewhat sparse, floccose, greyish-white...

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Helicotylenchus dihystera

In a survey of guava orchards in South Africa, 96% of Transvaal plantings and all Cape Province plantings were infected by H. dihystera. In a...

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Meloidogyne hapla

M. hapla attacks nearly all temperate vegetables of economic importance and is well known as being capable of causing considerable reductions in...

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Monilinia fructicola

M. fructicola causes severe losses on stone fruits (Prunus species), both before and after harvest. Heavy losses have been reported in North...

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