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First report of bud rot of Canary Island date palm caused by Phytophthora palmivora in Italy

, : First report of bud rot of Canary Island date palm caused by Phytophthora palmivora in Italy. Plant Disease 91(8): 1059

Canary Island date palm (Phoenix canariensis) is planted as an ornamental in Mediterranean climatic regions of the world. From 2004 to 2006, withering of the spear leaf was observed on screenhouse-grown potted plants of this palm in Sicily (Italy). The first symptom was a dark brown rot that extended from the petiole base of the spear to the adjacent youngest leaves and killed the bud. The pathogen was identified as Phytophthora palmivora.


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