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Cucurbit aphid-borne yellows virus (CABYV) was first isolated in southern France in 1988. It causes, mostly in cucurbits, more or less severe yellowing diseases according to the season and cultivar. CABYV infects several weed species and is readily transmitted in a persistent manner by ubiquitous...

Author(s)
Lecoq, H.; Desbiez, C.; Schoeny, A.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Crop Protection Compendium, 2020, 110067,
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Xylella fastidiosa has a wide plant host range and spectrum of insect species capable of serving as vectors which should increase the bacterium's invasiveness and make it difficult to prevent introduction via live plants from the tropical or subtropical Americas. The spread of phony disease of...

Author(s)
Robinson, R.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Crop Protection Compendium, 2020, 57195,
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U. lugens was first considered a serious pest of natural eucalypt forests in Western Australia in 1983 when the first severe outbreak occurred there (Strelein, 1988). Prior to that it was widely known as a pest of eucalypt forests in eastern Australia (Campbell, 1962; Harris, 1974). As these...

Author(s)
Berndt, L.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Crop Protection Compendium, 2020, 55727,
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R. pomonella is an important pest in apple production and its invasion of a new apple production area would have large economic and environmental impacts, both due to control efforts and likely export restrictions. R. pomonella is an important threat to apple production areas in temperate Europe,...

Author(s)
Schwarz, D.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Crop Protection Compendium, 2020, 47060,
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P. canaliculata is a freshwater snail native to parts of Argentina and Uruguay. The distribution of P. canaliculata has been steadily increasing since its introduction to Asia, primarily as a human food resource but perhaps also by the aquarium trade, beginning around 1979 or 1980 (Mochida, 1991;...

Author(s)
Cowie, R.; Joshi, R.; Litsinger, J.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Crop Protection Compendium, 2020, 68490,
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WSMV is an obligate parasite which infects wheat and other cereal crops and causes significant losses in production throughout many regions of the world. It is not listed as an invasive species, but introduction of the virus to other regions is possible due to a low occurrence of seed transmission. ...

Author(s)
Byamukama, E.; Price, J.; Rush, C.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Crop Protection Compendium, 2020, 56858,
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P. cinnamomi is a soilborne pathogen that is now widely established in many parts of the world. Initial long-range spread is likely to have been on infected nursery plants (e.g., Kenerley and Bruck, 1983; Benson and Campbell, 1985; Davison et al., 2006), and still occurs in this way. Additional...

Author(s)
Davison, E.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Crop Protection Compendium, 2020, 40957,
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A. fuchsiae, the fuchsia gall mite, is native to South America. It was first found in California, USA in 1981 where it has spread rapidly, and more recently it has invaded Europe since 2003, and it is a declared quarantine pest in both. It attacks only fuchsia (Fuchsia spp.), but once established...

Author(s)
Germain, J.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Crop Protection Compendium, 2020, 56110,
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The invasive basidiomycete pathogen M. roreri originated in Western Colombia/Ecuador. In recent years it has expanded its range in South America (Peru, Venezuela and Bolivia) and throughout Mesoamerica as far as Mexico. Africa, Asia and insular Caribbean are still free of this pathogen. M. roreri...

Author(s)
Krauss, U.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Crop Protection Compendium, 2020, 34779,
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The invasive potential of SALB has been illustrated by the devastating impact that it has had on attempts to develop rubber production in the Americas. Rapid epidemic development of the disease under humid conditions can destroy young rubber plants. Control methods are expensive and reduce the...

Author(s)
Evans, H.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Crop Protection Compendium, 2020, 33893,

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