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Mycosphaerella fijiensis (black Sigatoka)
Black leaf streak disease of banana has spread to all major banana-growing regions of the world since it was first recognised in Fiji in 1963. In...
Puccinia graminis (stem rust of cereals)
P. graminis spreads by urediniospores with a generation time of 14+ days. More than two generations can lead to crop loss....
Didymella fabae (leaf and pod spot)
Ascochyta blight is the most severe disease of cool-season pulses (Davidson and Kimber, 2007). D. fabae (anamorph: Ascochyta...
Phakopsora pachyrhizi (soyabean rust)
Estimated yield losses due to the rust infection were 15-40% in southern Japan and up to 70-80% in individual fields and 20-30% in the total crop...
Diaporthe helianthi (stem canker of sunflower)
No effect of D. helianthi on wild Helianthus spp. in North America has been documented. Though the fungus could be said to have invaded Europe, its...
Cronartium ribicola (white pine blister rust)
C. ribicola infects white pines and Ribes spp., causing severe long-term damage and disruption to ecosystems by altering patterns of natural...
Cryphonectria parasitica (blight of chestnut)
The American chestnut was the most important tree species in the former oak-chestnut forest and a dominant species in the mixed mesophytic forest...
Puccinia horiana (white rust of chrysanthemum)
P. horiana is now a feared and serious disease in nurseries, frequently causing complete loss of glasshouse chrysanthemum...
Puccinia psidii (guava rust)
Lesions mainly appear on leaves but also on flowers and stems. Uredia are amphigenous, in groups on brownish or blackish spots, up to 5 mm...
Gremmeniella abietina (Brunchorstia disease)
Brunchorstia dieback, caused by G. abietina, was reported to have devastated Pinus nigra var. maritima [P. nigra subsp. laricio] in Scandinavia in...
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