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Crop Protection Compendium

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Oemona hirta is a cerambycine longhorn beetle native to New Zealand. Commonly referred to as the lemon tree borer, this beetle is in fact...

Cover for Tomato brown rugose fruit virus (Tomato brown rugose fruit virus)

Tomato brown rugose fruit virus (ToBRFV) was first recorded in the Jordan valley and Israel between the autumn of 2014 and spring 2015. The virus did...


Humulus scandens is an annual or occasional perennial climbing or trailing vine, native to East Asia. It has been introduced to Europe and North...

Cover for Colletotrichum coccodes (anthracnose)

There are no reports indicating C. coccodes to be an invasive species.

Cover for Curtobacterium flaccumfaciens pv. flaccumfaciens (bacterial wilt of dry beans)

Curtobacterium flaccumfaciens pv. flaccumfaciens, the causal agent of bacterial wilt of dry beans, is an economically important pathogen of edible...

Cover for Xanthomonas translucens pv. translucens (bacterial leaf streak of barley)

Bacterial leaf streak caused by X. translucens pv. translucens is an economically important disease of barley around the world. The disease occurs in...

Cover for Ambrosia confertiflora

Ambrosia confertiflora is one of several Ambrosia species that have proved to be invasive after being introduced to areas outside of their native...


The following description is from Flora of China Editorial Committee (2019):Trees, 7-25(-35) m tall. Branchlets 5-6 mm in diameter, tomentose with...

Cover for Pinus pinea (stone pine)

Pinus pinea is a beautiful and picturesque tree with a unique, dense, umbrella-shaped crown. It can grow up to 25-30 m in height and 6 m in girth...

Cover for Ceratonia siliqua (carob)

The following description is from Janick and Paull (2008) and Orwa et al. (2009):A slow growing evergreen tree, up to 16 m tall, with a broad,...

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