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Probable consequences of the mitigation of citrus canker eradication methodology in Sao Paulo state
(SOC BRASILEIRA FITOPATHOLOGIA, 2010)
Probable consequences of the mitigation of citrus canker eradication methodology in Sao Paulo state Recently the Sao Paulo state government mitigated its citrus canker eradication methodology adopted since 1999. In April ...
Bacteria from the citrus phylloplane can disrupt cell-cell signalling in Xanthomonas citri and reduce citrus canker disease severity
Xanthomonas citri subsp. citri (Xcc) is the causal agent of citrus canker, a disease that affects almost all types of citrus crops. Production of particular Xcc pathogenicity factors is controlled by a gene cluster rpf, ...
Glyphosate has low toxicity to citrus plants growing in the field
(Agricultural Inst Canada, 2014)
Space–time variability of citrus leprosis as strategic planning for crop management
BACKGROUND: Citrus leprosis is the most important viral disease of citrus. Knowledge of its spatiotemporal structure is fundamental to a representative sampling plan focused on the disease control approach. Such a well-crafted ...
Peroxidase activity and total phenol content in citrus cuttings treated with different copper sources
(Elsevier B.V., 2012-11-01)
The proper citrus cutting choice is considered of basic importance for a healthy and productive citriculture. Substrates composed of organic materials are widely used for the production of citrus seedlings but this can ...
Honeybees can spread Colletotrichum acutatum and C-gloeosporioides among citrus plants
Postbloom fruit drop (PFD) is an important citrus disease that causes up to 100% yield losses during years in which conditions are favourable for the occurrence of epidemics. The conidia of Colletotrichum acutatum and C. ...
Attractiveness of Different Citrus Pulps to the Leaf-Cutting Ant Atta sexdens rubropilosa (Hymenoptera: Formicidae)
(California State University, 2009-01-01)
The most common control method Uses toxic baits consisted of dehydrated citrus pulp as carrier and attractant. However, the portion of the citrus fruit that is attractive to ants is still Unknown, despite its importance ...
History, ecology and challenges of citrus production in tropical and subtropical areas
The center of genetic origin of Citrus is believed to be southeastern Asia. This includes the areas from eastern Arabia to the Philippines, and also from Himalayas south to Indonesia and northern Australia. The vegetation ...
Evaluación de cinco portainjertos en la multiplicación de dos especies en cítricos naranja (Citrus sinensis) y mandarina ( Citrus reticulata) en condiciones de vivero en la Estación Experimental de Sapecho - La Paz
El trabajo de investigación con miras a conocer el comportamiento de los diferentes portainjertos en las condiciones de la zona de Alto Beni, Estación Experimental de Sapecho UMSA. Es empleado diferentes portainjertos ...
Diversidade genética de porta-enxertos cítricos baseada em marcadores moleculares RAPDGenetic diversity of citrus rootstocks based on RAPD marker analysis
(Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, 2004)