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Record number 429387
Title Bacterial canker of plum caused by Pseudomonas syringae pathovars, as a serious threat for plum production in the Netherlands
Author(s) Wenneker, M.; Janse, J.D.; Bruine, A. de; Vink, P.; Pham, K.T.K.
Source Journal of plant pathology - Formerly Rivista di patologia vegetale 94 (2012)S1. - ISSN 1125-4653 - p. s11 - s13.
DOI https://doi.org/10.4454/jpp.v94i1sup.003
Department(s) Fruit
Flower Bulbs
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2012
Abstract In the Netherlands, bacterial canker of plum trees (Prunus domestica) caused by Pseudomonas syringae pathovars syringae and morsprunorum is a recent and serious problem. The trunks of the affected plum trees are girdled by cankers resulting in relatively sudden death of the trees 1 to 4 years after planting. Disease incidence can be very high, and sometimes complete orchards have to be removed. Recently, plum cultivation in the Netherlands has changed from a relatively extensive into an intensive cultivation. However, due to the risks of losses of trees due to bacterial canker, growers are reluctant to plant new orchards. In general, nurseries and fruit growers are not familiar with bacterial diseases and lack knowledge to prevent infections. Therefore, control strategies to manage plum decline have to be developed.
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