Ceratocystis fimbriata

Names

Ceratocystis fimbriata in different languages.

Ceratostomella fimbriata
Endoconidiophora fimbriata
Ophiostoma coffeae
Ophiostoma fimbriata
Ophiostoma fimbriatum
Rostrella coffeae
Sphaeronaema fimbriata
Sphaeronaema fimbriatum
Sphaeronema fimbriata
Sphaeronema fimbriatum
Black rot of sweet potato
Blight of mango
Canker of coffee
Mouldy rot of rubber
Schwarzfäule: Süsskartoffel
Welke: Kaffee
Chancre coloré des platanes
Pourriture des saignées de l'hévéa
Pourriture noire de la patate douce
Cáncer del cafeto
Mal del machete del cafeto
Necrosis del tronco del cacao
Pudrición negra de la patata
Ceratostomella fimbriata
Endoconidiophora fimbriata
Ophiostoma fimbriatum

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Sudden death of mango


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Pakistan
,
December
2012
Sudden death in mango
Recognize the problem
The first sign of the disease is the oozing of the bark. This is followed
progressively by the development of cankers on the trunk, rotting and
blackening of the bark, the splitting of the trunk, and the drying and curling of
twigs and branches. Finally, the leaves are shed from the tree.
Collapse of mango plants...

plantwise.org

Black rot fungal diseases in sweet potato


platanusLaceBug


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PLANT PEST NOTICE
CENTRAL SCIENCE
LABORATORY
No 46
Platanus lace bug
Corythucha ciliata
Fig. 1 Corythucha ciliata adult (Copyright James Turner)
Background
During September and October 2006, the Plant Health and Seeds Inspectorate
visited two nurseries in Bedfordshire where they discovered lace bugs infesting
London plane (Platanus x acerifolia) and oriental plane (P. orientalis) trees imported
from France and Italy. Some of the infested...

planthealthportal.defra.gov.uk

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