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adaptada versus lucha clásica frente al mildiu de la vid en la comarca
de O Salnés (D.O. Rías Baixas)
PHYTOMA Spain, April 2010, Nº218, Pag: 50
R. PÉREZ OTERO, P. MANSILLA VÁZQUEZ
Estación Fitopatolóxica do Areeiro, Subida a la Robleda s/n, 36153 Pontevedra. email@example.com
downy mildew has been traditionally controlled following fixed schedules, which
is not environmental friendly and is very expensive. Timely control is a
rationalization strategy based on acting when the disease is observed and
specific environmental conditions take place. A modification of the strategy
named adapted timely control has been carried out in O Salnés
(Pontevedra, Spain) for 12 years. Compared to traditional strategies, the
number of chemical applications every year has been reduced, without affecting
the results obtained.
|First Report of
Arabis mosaic virus on Grapevine in Spain
Plant Disease May 2010, Volume 94, Nº5, Pag: 635
Adela ABELLEIRA1, J. Pedro MANSILLA1, Ventura PADILLA2, Isidro HITA2, Cristina CABALEIRO3, Edson BERTOLINI4, Antonio OLMOS4, F. Javier LEGORBURU5
1Estación Fitopatolóxica do Areeiro, Subida a la Robleda s/n, 36153 Pontevedra, España.
2Instituto Murciano de Investigación y Desarrollo Agrario, E-30150, LA ALBERCA, Spain.
3Escola Politécnica Superior, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, E-27002, LUGO, Spain
4Instituto Valenciano de Investigaciones Agrarias, E-46113, MONCADA, Spain.
5NEIKER-Basque Institute for Agricultural Research and Development, E-01080, VITORIA/GASTEIZ, Spain.
mosaic virus (ArMV, genus Nepovirus, family Comoviridae)
constitutes together with the Grapevine fanleaf virus (GFLV), one of the
European Nepovirus responsible for the grapevine infectious degeneration.
|First Report of
Phytophthora Rot on Alders Caused by Phytophthora alni subsp.
alni in Spain
Plant Disease February 2010, Volume 94, Nº2, Pag: 273
Publication Acepted 25-11-2009
C. Pintos Varela, C. Rial Martínez, J.P. Mansilla Vázquez, O. Aguín Casal
Estación Fitopatolóxica do Areeiro, Subida a la Robleda s/n, 36153 Pontevedra, España.
Phytophthora alni subsp. alni is a soil- and water-borne
pathogen, which causes aggressive root and collar rot on riparian alder
populations. The disease has been described in several European countries and
has had a destructive impact in Great Britain. Some of the symptoms already
reported on this disease which include abnormally small, sparse and yellowish
foliage, dieback of the canopy, necroses of the inner bark and cambium, and
bleeding cankers on the trunks, had been already described along several rivers
of the Cantabrian coast, although the fungus had not been detected yet in Spain