Bacterial strains of Curtobacterium are found globally in various ecosystems.
Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lactucae is a fungus that causes a wilting disease in head lettuce (butter lettuce).
Pratylenchus spp. are worms (Nematoda) that feed and multiply on plant roots, causing wounds that result in reduced plant growth.
The allium leafminer, Phytomyza gymnostoma is a pest that is an emerging problem for leek cultivation in Flanders.
The Elm Phytoplasm is a bacterium that grows in the bark vessels or the phloem of trees.
Anthurium cultivation worldwide is related to the infectious bacterial disease Xanthomonas phaseoli pathovar dieffenbachiae,
A remarkable new control technique against bacterial disease Xanthomonas is being developed for sprout and cabbage cultivation.
Botrytis cinerea is één van de belangrijkste reden van opbrengstverlies voor de aardbeitelers.
In the intensive greenhouse cultivation of butterhead lettuce, the correct identification of soil pathogens and newly acquired insights into their potential to damage crops can help the lettuce plants...