Pere Vilardell

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Stemphylium vesicarium, the causal agent of brown spot of pear, overwinters in the leaf residues of pear and herbaceous plants of the orchard floor. Pseudothecia of the teleomorph, Pleospora allii, are formed on these residues where they produce ascospores. New methods were tested aimed at reducing this overwintering inoculum and increasing the efficacy of(More)
Blast of dormant flower buds (BDFB) of pear is a disease of economic importance in the major pear production areas of Europe. To obtain information concerning control measures and disease origin, chemical control trials were performed which included bactericides (kasugamycin and copper), phosphonates (fosetyl–Al and ethephon), and nutrient amendments(More)
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