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Otieno, W.; Ochilo, W.; Migiro, L.; Jenner, W.; Kuhlmann, U.
Publisher
Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK
Citation
The sustainable intensification of smallholder farming systems, 2021, pp 151-173
Abstract

The global sustainability agenda is increasing the demand for reduction in inputs into agricultural production while maintaining profitable yield of quality products. Plant diseases are a major constraint for both yield and product quality, but often tools for their control are ineffective or...

Author(s)
Collinge, D. B.; Jensen, D. F.; Rabiey, M.; Sarrocco, S.; Shaw, M. W.; Shaw, R. H.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Plant Pathology, 2022, 71, 5, pp 1024-1047
Abstract

A new distribution map is provided for Parietaria mottle virus. Martellivirales: Bromoviridae: Ilarvirus. Hosts: tomato (Solanum lycopersicum), pepper (Capsicum spp.). Information is given on the geographical distribution in Europe (France, Greece, Italy, Sardinia, Sicily, Spain, Balearic Islands).

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CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Distribution Maps of Plant Diseases, 2022, April, pp Map 1308 (Edition 1)
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Symptoms of severe leaf curling, typical of begomovirus infection, were observed on a plant of Brugmansia arborea grown in lawns of Quaid-i-Azam university Islamabad, Pakistan. A begomovirus and its associated betasatellite were amplified and sequenced from infected plants. Nucleotide sequence...

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Shah, S. H. J.; Zakir Ullah; Iqra Fauz; Malik, A. H.; Javaria Qazi
Publisher
Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, 2022, 55, 11, pp 1298-1303
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This chapter discusses the benefits and risks of applying living organisms (e.g. arthropods, bacteria, fungi) or viruses to control arthropod pests, weeds and plant diseases. As for other pest control measures, the benefits that can be created by biological control should be weighed against...

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Collatz, J.; Hinz, H. L.; Kaser, J. M.; Freimoser, F. M.
Publisher
CSIRO Publishing, Clayton, Australia
Citation
Biological control: global impacts, challenges and future directions of pest management, 2021, pp 142-165
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This chapter focuses on the uptake of biological control for insect, weed and disease management using beneficial invertebrates and microorganisms. First, the current status and challenges related to the uptake of biological control are identified. Lessons learned from field implementation of...

Author(s)
Zhang Feng; Chaudhary, M.
Publisher
CSIRO Publishing, Clayton, Australia
Citation
Biological control: global impacts, challenges and future directions of pest management, 2021, pp 312-331
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Eggplant brown leaf spot caused by Rhizoctonia solani AG-3 was first found in Japan in 1976, but its subgroup remained undetermined for over 40 years. We conducted a molecular phylogenetic analysis using three loci (rDNA-ITS, rDNA-IGS1, and tef-1α) of two Iwate isolates, newly obtained in this...

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Misawa, T.; Iwadate, Y.; Kurose, D.
Publisher
Springer-Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of General Plant Pathology, 2021, 87, 2, pp 123-126
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A new distribution map is provided for Ascochyta koolunga (Davidson et al.) Hou, Cai and Crous (Dothideomycetes: Didymellaceae: Pleosporales). Host: field pea (Pisum sativum). Information is given on the geographical distribution in Oceania (Australia, South Australia, Victoria and Western...

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CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Distribution Maps of Plant Diseases, 2021, October, pp Map 1288 (Edition 1)
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A new distribution map is provided for Potato yellowing virus. Bromoviridae: Ilarvirus. Hosts: potato (Solanum tuberosum), wild Solanum spp. Information is given on the geographical distribution in South America (Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru).

Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Distribution Maps of Plant Diseases, 2021, October, pp Map 1297 (Edition 1)
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The use of information and communication technology, including e-resources, to deliver information has expanded rapidly in recent years. They have certain advantages including quick access to relevant and current information that may not be available through other means. There are several online...

Author(s)
Williams, F.; Bundi, M.; Hill, S.; Finch, E. A.; Curry, C.; Mbugua, F.; Day, R.; Charles, L.; Richards, G.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
CABI Working Paper, 2021, 20, pp 44 pp.

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