Emerging regulated Pests and diseases in strawberry

Kris De Jonghe, Hans Casteels, Jane Debode, Tim Beliën, Gertie Peusens, Stéphan Steyer, Ellen Bullen, Vera Huyshauwer, Martine Maes

    Onderzoeksoutput: Hoofdstuk in Boek/Rapport/CongresprocedureC3: Congres abstract


    Recently, presence of three viruses and of the spotted wing fruit fly (Drosophila suzuki) was confirmed in Belgium and could have an impact on strawberry growing in the near future. This study reports specifically on the current status in Belgium of these harmful organisms for which we have to be vigilant.
    Additionally, we also have to pay attention to other emerging (non-regulated) pathogens that have an impact on the quality of products. Both in transplants and production fields, Pilidium concavum, a fungus causing tan-brown rot on strawberry fruits was for the first time put in evidence in Belgium in 2010.
    Oorspronkelijke taalEngels
    TitelAbstract book - ISC 2013
    PublicatiestatusGepubliceerd - 4-sep.-2013
    EvenementInternational Strawberry Congress - Antwerpen, België
    Duur: 4-sep.-20136-sep.-2013

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