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Horticulture Weekly
Pest & Disease Tracker 17th October 2019
 

HW's Pest & Disease Tracker delivers the latest pest and disease alerts, outbreaks and interceptions, plus key plant health news, research and management information. For access to articles you will need to subscribe to Horticulture Week.

 
Analysis
 
How will the horticulture industry react to an approved biosecure plants scheme?
How will the horticulture industry react to an approved biosecure plants scheme?
 
Latest news
 
RHS delays 12 month Chelsea Flower Show tree quarantine RHS delays 12 month Chelsea Flower Show tree quarantine
 
 
Douglas-Davies calls on importers to act on plant passports Douglas-Davies calls on importers to act on plant passports
 
 
Neonics may also impact bird populations, researchers say Neonics may also impact bird populations, researchers say
 
 
Pan-EU measures against tomato virus due in November Pan-EU measures against tomato virus due in November
 
 
Belgian grower to showcase blight-resistant box Belgian grower to showcase blight-resistant box
More pest and disease news
 
Latest Pest & Disease Alerts
 
Brassica Alert: white blister and ringspot Brassica Alert: white blister and ringspot
 
 
Alert: cabbage root flies Alert: cabbage root flies
 
 
Alert: Carrot cavity spot Alert: Carrot cavity spot
More pest and disease alerts
 
EAMU EXPIRY ALERT
 
EAMU Expiry Alert: November 2019 EAMU authorisations that are due to expire by the end of November 2019. EAMU Expiry Alert: November 2019
 
Pest & Disease Factsheets
 
Scale insects - How to identify and eliminate scale insects
Scale insects - How to identify and eliminate scale insects
Find more P&D Factsheets
 
Latest Extension of Authorisation for Minor Use
 
EAMU Expiry Alert: January 2020
 
 
EAMU update: Himalaya XL for garlic and shallot crops
 
 
EAMU update: Centurion Max for herb and leaf crops
 
 
EAMU update: Centurion Max for soft fruit crops
 
 
EAMU update: Centurion Max for edible podded pea crops
 
 
EAMU update: Himalaya XL for ornamentals and soft fruit crops
 
Nursery checklist
 
14 October - Weeds and spraying Weeds: Apply products containing diquat or glufosinate-ammonium, or consider Gozai or Shark (EAMUs required) to knock back small annual broad-leaved weeds on non-crop areas. 14 October - Weeds and spraying
 
Research Update
 
Science into Practice - Plant growth regulators
 
 
Science into Practice - Bacterial blotch in mushrooms
 
 

CLICK HERE to find the latest developments concerning biosecurity for professionals involved in buying or selling plants including updates on high risk imports and the latest government control measures and policy development..


 
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