Recent Papers

Volume 11 - 2021

5. The first confirmed host record of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides on Citrus reticulata subsp. unshiu in the humid subtropics of Russia
Padaruth OD et al. (2021)

4. Characterization of Alternaria species causing dark leaf spot disease on cabbages grown in Limuru and Nyeri, Kenya
Ogada AR et al. (2021)

3. Morphological and molecular identification of Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici associated with Olea europaea var. sylvestris decline phenomenon in Tunisia
Hlaiem S et al. (2021)

2. First report of leaf spot disease on Woodfordia fruticosa caused by Corynespora cassiicola in Kerala, India
Sreelakshmi VP et al. (2021)

1. Morphological study of nematode on Norfolk Island Pine (Araucaria heterophylla) reveal close relatedness with Deladenus uteropinusus and is the first record in Chiang Mai, Thailand
Chairat K et al. (2021)

Volume 10 - 2020

21. A new record of Lasiodiplodia pseudotheobromae causing leaf spot of Cynometra malaccensis in Thailand
Gomdola D et al. (2020)

20. First occurrence of Golovinomyces bolayi on Lactuca tuberosa in Iran
Pirnia M, Taheri A (2020)

19. Chemical Management of Anthracnose-Twister (Colletotrichum gloeosporioides and Fusarium fujikuroi) Disease of Onion (Allium cepa)
Perez PM, Alberto RT (2020)

18. Pathogenic Diaporthe from Italy, and the first report of D. foeniculina associated with Chenopodium sp.
Gajanayake AJ et al. (2020)

17. Key transboundary plant pests of Coconut [Cocos nucifera] in the Pacific Island Countries – a biosecurity perspective
Datt N et al. (2020)

Volume 10 - 2020 - Index


1. Biological control of Fusarium wilt of tomato by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi with intercropping
Singh M, Mishra M, Srivastava DK, Singh PK
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 1–9

2. First record of Phytopythium sp. causing root and stem rot on Catharanthus roseus in Thailand
Intaparn P, Noireung P, Maumoon R, Poti T, Wongwan T, McGovern RJ, Unartngam J, Tapingkae T, To-anun
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 10–20

3. Efficacy of Ampelomyces spp. against powdery mildew disease of rose caused by Podosphaera pannosa
Wanasiri N, McGovern RJ, Cheewangkoon R, Kongtrakual P, To-Anun C
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 21–27

4. Performance of Green Power and Shincheonggang tomato rootstocks in Ralstonia solanacearum contaminated area
Monteiro FP, Wamser AF, Ogoshi C, Valmorbida J, Cardoso DA, Perazolli V
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 28–43

5. Management of postharvest anthracnose of banana using inorganic salts alone and in combination with hot water
Sinthuja S, Prasannath K
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 44–52

6. Anthers colonized by fungi as the nearest source to initiate strawberries postharvest rot
Monteiro FP, Valmorbida J, Wamser AF, Ogoshi C, Cardoso DA, Perazolli V
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 53–58

7. First record of Erysiphe magnifica on the new host Magnolia × alba in Taiwan indicates high morphological plasticity of the anamorph under tropical conditions
Wang CT, Yeh YW, Lin LD, Kirschner R
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 59–65

8. Identification and interaction of fungi associated with black root rot of carrot (Daucus carota)
Madlao GMA, Gandalera EE, Waing KGD
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 66–74

9. Effect of fungal pathogens on morphological properties of Aloe vera
Avasthi S, Gautam AK, Bhadauria R, Verma RK
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 75–84

10. First Record of Phytopythium vexans causing root rot on Mandarin (Citrus reticulate L. cv. Sainampueng) in Thailand
Noireung P, Intaparn P, Maumoon R, Wongwan T, To–Anun C
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 85–90

11. In vitro evaluation of Trichoderma species for antagonistic activity, fungicide tolerance and competitive saprophytic ability
Nair B, Abraham D, Mallikarjunaswamy GE
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 91–99

12. Variation in susceptibility to Phyllosticta capitalensis-associated leaf disease among inter-specific hybrids, half-sibs and high-yielding clones of Para rubber tree (Hevea)
Narayanan C, Reju MJ
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 100–110

13. Development of integrated disease management program against Anthracnose-Twister (Colletotrichum gloeosporioides-Gibberella moniliformis) disease of onion (Allium cepa)
Alberto RT, Perez PM
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 111–119

14. An annotated list of genus Pythium from India
Dubey MK, Yadav M, Upadhyay RS
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 120–132

15. Pyrenophora trichostoma (Pleosporaceae, Pleosporales): an overview of the species and first record on Bromopsis inermis from Russia
Goonasekara ID, Bulgakov TS, Jayawardena RS
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 133–143

16. Performance of fungicides on the management of Glomerella leaf spot in southern Brazil
Ogoshi C, Monteiro FP, Pinto FAMF, Perazzoli V, Cardoso DA
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 144–151

17. Key transboundary plant pests of Coconut [Cocos nucifera] in the Pacific Island Countries – a biosecurity perspective
Datt N, Gosai RC, Ravuiwasa K, Timote V
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 152–171

18. Pathogenic Diaporthe from Italy, and the first report of D. foeniculina associated with Chenopodium sp.
Gajanayake AJ, Abeywickrama PD, Jayawardena RS, Camporesi E, Bundhun D
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 172–197

19. Chemical Management of Anthracnose-Twister (Colletotrichum gloeosporioides and Fusarium fujikuroi) Disease of Onion (Allium cepa)
Perez PM, Alberto RT
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 198–216

20. First occurrence of Golovinomyces bolayi on Lactuca tuberosa in Iran
Pirnia M, Taheri A
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 217–222

21. A new record of Lasiodiplodia pseudotheobromae causing leaf spot of Cynometra malaccensis in Thailand
Gomdola D, Jeewon R, Jayawardena RS, Pem D, Harishchandra DL
Plant Pathology & Quarantine 10(1), 223–237

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