Phytophthora palmivora

Names

Phytophthora palmivora in different languages.

Phytophthora palmivora
Phytophthora arecae
Phytophthora faberi
Phytophthora hevae
Phytophthora heveae
Phytophthora omnivora var. arecae
Phytophthora palmivora var. heveae
Phytophthora palmivora var. theobromae
Phytophthora theobromae
Pythium palmivorum
Black pod of cocoa
Black stripe of rubber
Canker of cocoa
Dieback of cocoa
Gummosis of citrus
Pod rot of cocoa
Braunfäule: Kakao
Gummifluß: Zitrus
Krebs: Kakao
Rindennekrose
Bayoud du palmier-dattier
Cabosses du cacaoyer
Chancre de l'hévéa
Gommose des agrumes
Koléroga de l'aréquier
Pourriture brune des agrumes
Pourriture du bourgeon des palmiers
Mazorca negra
Pudrición de la mazorca del cacao
Pudrición del cogollo de la palma de coco
Phytophthora faberi
Phytophthora theobromae
Plíseň kokosová
Phytophthora palmivora
ഫൈറ്റോഫ്തോറോ പാമിവോറ

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Black pod disease of cacao


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FACTSHEETS FOR FARMERS
www.plantwise.org
Created in
Sierra Leone
,
May
2012
(Revised September 2015)
Black pod disease of cacao
Recognize the problem
The disease affects cacao pods at all stages and the young shoots of newly
planted trees. The diseased young shoots may die. If the pods become
diseased, a yellowish spot will appear, which leads to little brown spots. Within
7-10 days, the brownish spots extend and change to a darker...

plantwise.org

Phytophthora stem canker of cocoa


Black Pod Disease on Cocoa




cocoa sunscald cherelle wilt 137


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Photo 1. Branch dieback and yellowing of the
leaves due to sunscald of cocoa caused by
exposure - lack of shade - and poor nutrition.
Photo 2. Severe branch dieback due to lack of
shade and adequate nutrition.
Photo 3. Healthy young pods, or cherelles,
before wilting.
Photo 4. Cherelles or young cocoa pods have
"wilted" naturally, died, and blackened due to
infection by fungi and other decay-causing
organisms.
Pacific Pests and Pathogens - Fact...

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coconut bud rot 140


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Photo 1. Bud rot of coconut showing the
collapse of the spear and younger leaves due to
infection by Phytophthora palmivora, while the
older leaves appear relatively healthy at this
time.
Photo 2. Nuts are also infected by coconut bud
rot causing premature nutfall. In this case,
Phytophthora hevae was isolated from the rot.
Photo 3. Slices from nuts (Photo 2) showing
internal infections by Phytophthora hevae.
Photo 4. Basal stem rot of coconut...

pestnet.org

cocoa palm organic cultivation guide by naturland


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Organic Farming in the
Tropics and Subtropics
Exemplary Description of 20 Crops
Coco Palms
© Naturland e.V. – 1st edition 2000
These cultivation guidelines have been published by Naturland e.V. with the kind support of the
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit mbH (GTZ, German Agency for Technical
Cooperation) financed by the Bundesministerium für Wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit (BMZ,
Federal Ministry for Development...

infonet-biovision.org

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