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Title: Bio-ethology of Anisandrus dispar F. and Its Possible Involvement in Dieback (Moria) Diseases of Hazelnut (Corylus avellana L.) Plants in Central Italy
Authors: Balestra, Giorgio M.
Bucini, Danilo
Paparatti, Bruno
Speranza, Stefano
Proietti Zolla, Cristina
Pucci, Claudio
Varvaro, Leonardo
Keywords: Nocciolo
Corylus avellana
Batterio fitopatogeno
Anisandrus dispar
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: International Society for Horticultural Science
Citation: BALESTRA G.M., BUCINI D., PAPARATTI B., SPERANZA S., PROIETTI ZOLLA C., PUCCI C., VARVARO L., 2005 – Bio-etology of Anisandrus dispar F. and its possible involvment in dieback (Moria) disease of hazelnut (Corylus avellana L.) plants in central Italy. Acta Horticulturae 2005, 686: 435-443. (ISBN 978-90-66056-88-6 , ISSN 0567-7572)
Series/Report no.: Acta Horticulturae;686
Abstract: Hazelnut is one of the most important orchards in central Italy (Viterbo province). More than eighty phytophagous insect pests adversely affect hazelnut orchards, but only a few of these, such as Anisandrus dispar F. (Coleoptera, Scolytidae), induce severe damage. A bacterial disease (called moria) constitutes one of the main phytopathological problems of hazelnut plants in central Italy. Two years ago, the Lazio Regional Government and local hazelnut cooperatives supported a research into the
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/1190
ISBN: 978-90-66056-88-6
ISSN: 0567-7572
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