citrus canker


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citrus canker

n.
A bacterial disease of citrus plants that causes lesions on leaves and fruit, defoliation, and loss of fruit.
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The SG (Federal) BMP further said we are facing two problems in citrus: citrus canker and citrus graining which is detrimental to 'kinnow' exports but now growers are very conscious to overcome it which could further help us to increase the export volumes.
We are facing two problems in citrus often and on citrus canker and citrus graining which is detrimental to "kinnow" exports but now growers are very conscious to overcome it."
Citrus canker disease has also been examined on leaves infested by CLM larvae (Mustafa et al., 2013).
Integration of soil applied neocicotinoid insecticides and acibenzolar-Smethyl for systemic acquired resistance (SAR) control of citrus canker on young citrus trees.
"All we need to do is to follow the principles of integrated management and good agro products and if we don't move ahead in that direction then we are betraying our future generations." The minister said citrus is facing two problems: citrus canker and citrus graining, which are detrimental to exports and European Union, Australia and America banned the export from countries where these diseases in citrus fruit are reported.
The minister said the sector was facing problems of citrus canker and graining, which are detrimental to 'kinno' exports with EU, Australia and US already have banned imports from countries where these diseases are reported in citrus fruits.
The minster said we are facing two problems of citrus: citrus canker and citrus graining which is detrimental to 'kinnow' exports and European Union, Australia and America banned the export from countries where these diseases are reported in citrus fruit.
Among these, the most common examples are the strains with plant growth promoting activity to be used as biofertilizer; strains for bio-remediation of heavy-metals polluted soils/water systems; strains useful in food industry; pathogenic strains of bacterial blight from rice ecology and citrus canker; and other extremophilic (i.e.
due to pests and diseases and citrus canker is one of the most
[14] developed a prototype for real-time inspection of citrus canker based on two wavelengths cantered at 730 and 830 nm.