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Horticulture Weekly
Pest & Disease Tracker 19th September 2021
 

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.

 
Plant Health Threats
 
Prunus species vulnerable to beetle
Prunus species vulnerable to beetle
 
 
Serious risk for native trees if emerald ash borer lands in UK
Serious risk for native trees if emerald ash borer lands in UK
More plant health analysis
 
Plant health news
 
Defra defends plant passport system after shadow minister asks streamlining question Defra defends plant passport system after shadow minister asks streamlining question
 
 
Growers given €2m after Xylella outbreak Growers given €2m after Xylella outbreak
 
 
Tree health centre opens at Yorkshire Arboretum Tree health centre opens at Yorkshire Arboretum
 
 
New Scottish Forestry tree health head appointed New Scottish Forestry tree health head appointed
 
 
Amenity Forum annual report identifies challenges Amenity Forum annual report identifies challenges
 
 
ECHA consults on propiconazole and hexaflumuron ECHA consults on propiconazole and hexaflumuron
 
 
Japanese knotweed cases up 28% Japanese knotweed cases up 28%
 
 
Trade body raises concerns over new advice on Japanese knotweed Trade body raises concerns over new advice on Japanese knotweed
 
 
Study finds potential control strategy for infestations of Japanese knotweed Study finds potential control strategy for infestations of Japanese knotweed
 
 
How to protect spruce trees against bark beetle risk How to protect spruce trees against bark beetle risk
 
 
Bayer announces filing of petition to US Supreme Court for review of Hardeman decision Bayer announces filing of petition to US Supreme Court for review of Hardeman decision
 
 
Glasgow University spin out secures £1.3m funding for eco-friendly insecticides Glasgow University spin out secures £1.3m funding for eco-friendly insecticides
 
 
Oak processionary moth - findings on 2,000 trees so far this year but none in Pest Free Areas Oak processionary moth - findings on 2,000 trees so far this year but none in Pest Free Areas
 
 
Later timing for new leatherjacket Acelepryn Emergency Authorisation Later timing for new leatherjacket Acelepryn Emergency Authorisation
 
 
Grower allays 2022 Border Control Post tree import fears Grower allays 2022 Border Control Post tree import fears
 
 
Defra issues new professional plant protection products registration guidance Defra issues new professional plant protection products registration guidance
 
 
Border Control Posts - what growers can expect Border Control Posts - what growers can expect
 
 
Defra seeks to reassure plant importers ahead of 2022 Brexit-led changes Defra seeks to reassure plant importers ahead of 2022 Brexit-led changes
 
 
Common insecticide is harmful to bees in any amount, finds US study Common insecticide is harmful to bees in any amount, finds US study
More plant health news
 
Latest Pest & Disease Alerts
 
Brassica alert: ringspot risk high
 
 
Alert: humidity ups disease on brassica
 
 
Alert: leatherjacket control
 
 
Alert: tortrix moth caterpillars
More pest and disease alerts
 
EAMU EXPIRY ALERT
 
EAMU Expiry Alert: October 2021
EAMU Expiry Alert: October 2021
EAMU authorisations that are due to expire by the end of October 2021.
 
Latest Extensions of Authorisation for Minor Use
 
EAMU roundup: August 2021 A round up of the latest horticultural EAMU authorisations.
 
 
EAMU roundup: June - July 2021 A round up of the latest horticultural EAMU authorisations.
 
Pest & Disease Factsheets and Threats
 
Mealy bugs: what are the best control options for tackling mealy bugs?
Mealy bugs: what are the best control options for tackling mealy bugs?
 
 
Beetles: how to protect ornamentals crops against beetles
Beetles: how to protect ornamentals crops against beetles
Find more P&D Factsheets
 
Nursery checklist
 
1 September - Algae in reservoirs, biocontrols and cultural work 1 September - Algae in reservoirs,  biocontrols and cultural work
 

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How to spot and control caterpillar infestation – and save your crop Presented by Fargro How to spot and control caterpillar infestation – and save your crop
 
 

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