First report of secondary metabolies produced by species of Botryosphaeriaceae implicated in grapevine trunk diseases in Australia

Pierluigi Reveglia, Sandra Savocchia, Reggie Baaijens, Alessio Cimmino, Antonio Evidente

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Abstract

Botryosphaeria dieback is a serious problem in Australian vineyards and world-wide the disease is caused by at least 27 species of Botryosphaeriaceae causing wood cankers (Fig. 1a), dieback and eventually death of vines. The disease is also associated with foliar symptoms (Fig. 1b) including yellowish-orange spots on white cultivars or wine-red spots on red cultivars but these symptoms have not been reported in Australia. This study investigates the production of phytotoxins from Botryosphaeriaceae species associated with the disease in Australia.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventThe Science Protection Plant Health Conference (SPPH) - Brisbane, Australia
Duration: 26 Sep 201728 Sep 2017

Conference

ConferenceThe Science Protection Plant Health Conference (SPPH)
CountryAustralia
CityBrisbane
Period26/09/1728/09/17

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    Reveglia, P., Savocchia, S., Baaijens, R., Cimmino, A., & Evidente, A. (2017). First report of secondary metabolies produced by species of Botryosphaeriaceae implicated in grapevine trunk diseases in Australia. Abstract from The Science Protection Plant Health Conference (SPPH), Brisbane, Australia.