Scanu, Bruno and Linaldeddu, Benedetto Teodoro and Franceschini, Antonio (2011) A New Phytophthora sp. causing root and collar rot on Pistacia lentiscus in Italy. Plant Disease, Vol. 95 (5), p. 618. ISSN 0191-2917. Article.
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Lentisk (Pistacia lentiscus L., Anacardiaceae) is an evergreen shrub that is widespread over the Mediterranean Region. The species is also cultivated as an ornamental plant in Italy. In August 2008, a survey carried out in a forest nursery in Sardinia (39°57′N, 9°13′E) revealed the presence of symptoms such as wilting and desiccation of foliage associated with root and collar rot on 1- to 3-year-old potted seedlings of lentisk. Approximately 30% of 1,500 potted plants were affected. A Phytophthora sp. was consistently isolated from infected roots on synthetic mucor agar medium. Colonies on carrot agar (CA) were stellate to slightly radiate with low aerial mycelium.
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