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Breitenfurt bei Wien, Austria

Bedlan G.,Institute For Nachhaltige Pflanzenproduktion
Journal fur Kulturpflanzen | Year: 2012

In June 2010 the occurrence of the fungus Colletotrichum carthami comb. nov. (synonym Gloeosporium carthami (FUKUI) HORI et HEMMI (1919)) was first reported on safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) for Austria. Infested fields which could be observed and those from these infection has been reported, showed nearly a totally yield loss. Source


In August 2010 Cylindrocladium yuccae and it's teleomorph Diaporthe gloriosa were found on living leaves of Yucca plants in a garden plot in Vienna. This is the first report for Austria of this fungus. A further finding originated from Lower Austria in April 2011. The affected plants were heavy damaged. Source


In the end of July 2011 Phyllosticta cucurbitacearum was found on fruits of Cucurbita pepo var. styriaca. This is the first report for Austria of this fungus on Cucurbita pepo var. styriaca. Source


In September 1999 the occurrence of Colletotrichum dematium, which causes a foliar disease on horseradish, is first reported for Austria. This report is also the first in recent years since the finding of this fungus by G. BRESADOLA in 1883. Source


Kuch J.,University of Vienna | Cech T.L.,Institute For Waldschutz | Konrad H.,Institute For Waldgenetik | Bedlan G.,Institute For Nachhaltige Pflanzenproduktion
Journal fur Kulturpflanzen | Year: 2014

This is the first report of Diplodia mutila on Ligustrum vulgare. The pathogenicity of an isolate originating from privet was confirmed by inoculation tests. The pathogenicity tests were positive for Ligustrum vulgare 'Atrovirens', Prunus avium and Thuja occidentalis 'Smaragd', but negative for Crataegus monogyna and Forsythia × intermedia. In vitro trials showed an optimum temperature for mycelial growth of 25°C for the isolate from privet. Source

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