Glomerella cingulata


Glomerella cingulata in different languages.

Colletotrichum fructigenum
Colletotrichum gloeosporioides
Gloeosporium fructigenum
Gloeosporium laeticolor
Gloeosporium rufomaculans
Glomerella gossypi
Glomerella rufomaculans
Gnomoniopsis cingulata
Anthracnose: lime tree
Anthracnose of citrus
Anthracnose of mango
Anthracnose of olive
Anthracnose of onion
Anthracnose of pepper
Anthracnose of tomato
Anthracnose of yam
Bitter rot
Black spot
Brown blight
Fruit decay: lime
Fruit rot
Leaf spot
Leaf spot of aubergine
Ripe rot of pepper
Scab of olive
Twig blight
Wither tip
Withertip: lime tree
Fäule: Olive
Zweigspritzendürre: Limette
Anthracnose de l'airelle
Anthracnose de l'amandier
Anthracnose de la tomate
Anthracnose de l'aubergine
Anthracnose de l'hévéa
Brûlure des rameaux de l'airelle
Pourriture amère de la vigne
Pourriture amère du pommier
Antracnosis de la berenjena
Antracnosis de las manzanas
Colletotrichum agaves
Colletotrichum antirrhini
Colletotrichum azaleae
Colletotrichum cajani
Colletotrichum caricae
Colletotrichum commelinae
Colletotrichum crotalariae
Colletotrichum cyclamenae
Colletotrichum dioscoreae
Colletotrichum elasticae
Colletotrichum eucalypti
Colletotrichum fructigenum
Colletotrichum gloeosporioides f. sp. melongenae
Colletotrichum hibisci
Colletotrichum ipomoeae
Colletotrichum melongenae
Colletotrichum papayae
Colletotrichum passiflorae
Colletotrichum phomoides
Colletotrichum piperatum
Colletotrichum pisi
Colletotrichum primulae
Colletotrichum vanillae
Gloeosporium alborubrum
Gloeosporium amygdalinum
Gloeosporium cactorum
Gloeosporium callae
Gloeosporium cingulatum
Gloeosporium cyclaminis
Gloeosporium dendrobii
Gloeosporium elasticae
Gloeosporium eucalypti
Gloeosporium foliicola
Gloeosporium hawaiense
Gloeosporium manihotis
Gloeosporium melongenae
Gloeosporium ochraceum
Gloeosporium oleae
Gloeosporium oleandri
Gloeosporium opuntiae
Gloeosporium passiflorae
Gloeosporium phomoides
Gloeosporium piperatum
Gloeosporium rubicola
Gloeosporium syringae
Gloeosporium vanillae
Gloeosporium vexans


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Chemical control of anthracnose (mango)


www.plantwise.orgCreated in Pakistan, June 2014
Chemical control of Anthracnose (mango)
Recognize the problem
Anthracnose is one of the biggest diseases in Pakistan and mango is one of the most
important fruit in Pakistan.
Anthracnose, which is caused by a fungus, can cause symptoms on leaves, twigs,
panicles and fruit in the shape of brown to black spots. These spots can become larger
and form dead areas in the centre....

Pruning to manage anthracnose on mango


www.plantwise.orgCreated in Ghana, September 2013
Pruning to manage anthracnose on mango
Recognize the problem
Anthracnose is a major fungal disease of mango which can affect all parts of
the tree including branches, twigs, leaves, flowers and fruits. The disease
presents a great challenge for those who are involved in the production of
mangos for export. The disease is most severe during wet and warm conditions

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Plant Disease
Nov. 2008
Published by the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR) and issued in furtherance of Cooperative Extension work, Acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in coopera-
tion with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Andrew G. Hashimoto, Director/Dean, Cooperative Extension Service/CTAHR, University of Hawai‘i at Mänoa, Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96822.
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P EST N OTES Publication 7420
University of California
Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program
Agriculture and Natural Resources December 2009
Anthracnose is a group of diseases
that cause dark, sunken lesions on
leaves, stems, flowers, and fruits. An -
thracnose infects many deciduous and
evergreen trees and shrubs and in
some regions also infects fruits, veg -
etables, and turfgrass.
Often called leaf, shoot, or twig blight,