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Horticulture Weekly
Pest & Disease Tracker 18th June 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.

 
Latest Pest & Disease Alerts
 
Alert - virus risk to carrot crops Alert - virus risk to carrot crops
 
 
Alert - increased risk of disease in onion, pea and bean crops Alert - increased risk of disease in onion, pea and bean crops
 
 
Alert - disease risk for rhubarb Alert - disease risk for rhubarb
 
 
Alert - leaf blotch miner Alert - leaf blotch miner
More pest and disease alerts
 
Analysis
 
What new directions for UK crop protection are on the horizon?
What new directions for UK crop protection are on the horizon?
 
 
What do tree managers need to know about Defra's ash strategy?
What do tree managers need to know about Defra's ash strategy?
 
Latest Plant Health News
 
Bayer to spend £5.6bn on weedkiller research Bayer to spend £5.6bn on weedkiller research
 
 
Defra issues plea for oak processionary moth vigilance after Dutch interception Defra issues plea for oak processionary moth vigilance after Dutch interception
 
 
Invasive species Environmental Audit Committee panel addresses biosecurity and trade Invasive species Environmental Audit Committee panel addresses biosecurity and trade
 
 
First Australia glyphosate court case confirmed First Australia glyphosate court case confirmed
 
 
Danger of Southern tomato virus overstated, says Wageningen Danger of Southern tomato virus overstated, says Wageningen
More plant health
 
EAMU EXPIRY ALERT
 
EAMU Expiry Alert: August 2019 EAMU authorisations that are due to expire by the end of August 2019. EAMU Expiry Alert: August 2019
 
Latest Extension of Authorisation for Minor Use
 
EMERGENCY AUTHORISATION EAMU update: Acelepryn for golf course turf
 
 
EMERGENCY AUTHORISATION EAMU update: Exirel 10SE for cherry crops
 
APHA outbreak and interception updates
 
Interception: Bemisia tabaci on Oleander
 
 
Interception: Bemisia tabaci on Hibiscus
 
Nursery checklist
 
14 June - Bees and Bugs Bees - Review your chemical store list and check all product labels for information on bees. 14 June - Bees and Bugs
 
Plant Health In Depth
 
Pest & Disease Factsheet - Rust on ornamental crops
Pest & Disease Factsheet - Rust on ornamental crops
How can growers prevent the infections that cause this unsightly disease on plants' foliage and stems?
 
Research Update
 
Science into Practice - Aphid controls in strawberries
 
 
Science into Practice - Tomato and pepper virus
 
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