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MONITORAGGIO DEI MELETI DEL CANAVESE COLPITI DA FITOPLASMI AGENTI CAUSALI DI AP (APPLE PROLIFERATION)

PINNA, MASSIMO; GAMBA, URSULA; SPAGNOLO, SANDRA; ZACCARA, PATRIZIA; TEDESCHI, ROSEMARIE and GALLO, SERGIO (2003) MONITORAGGIO DEI MELETI DEL CANAVESE COLPITI DA FITOPLASMI AGENTI CAUSALI DI AP (APPLE PROLIFERATION). [MONITORING IN APPLES ORCHARDS OF CANAVESE AREA(TO, Italy) AFFECTED BY APPLE PROLIFERATION.] BOLLETTINO DI AGRICOLTURA BIOLOGICA Edited by CRAB (Reference Centre for Organic Farming, Turin Province) (1), pp. 9-20.

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Summary

Gli scopazzi del melo, causati da fitoplasmi, rappresentano una delle più pericolose avversità del melo. Negli ultimi anni si sono diffusi in molte regioni del nord Italia. Lo scopo del lavoro è stato definire le aree più colpite in provincia di Torino e studiare il ciclo biologico del vettore Cacopsilla melanoneura, nella prospettiva di un successivo controllo biologico

Summary translation

Apple Proliferation is one of the most dangerous disease of apple orchards. In the last years it spread in many regions of the North Italy. The aim of the work was to define the areas more infected in the province of Turin and to study the life cycle of Cacopsilla melanoneura, transmitting the disease, in the perspective of a following biological control.

EPrint Type:Journal paper
Keywords:Cacopsilla melanoneura, Apple Proliferation, Canavese
Subjects: Crop husbandry > Crop health, quality, protection
Research affiliation: Italy > Other organizations
Italy
Deposited By: Pinna, dr. Massimo
ID Code:6810
Deposited On:04 Jan 2006
Last Modified:12 Apr 2010 07:32
Document Language:Italian - Italiano
Status:Published
Refereed:Peer-reviewed and accepted
Additional Publishing Information:THIS WORK WAS PRELIMINARY TO A RESEARCH BEGUN IN 2005 ORIENTED TOWARD THE BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF CACOPSILLA MELANONEURA

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