Necrotic disease in tomatoes in Greece and southern Italy caused by the tomato strain of Parietaria mottle virus.

@inproceedings{Roggero2000NecroticDI,
  title={Necrotic disease in tomatoes in Greece and southern Italy caused by the tomato strain of Parietaria mottle virus.},
  author={Piero Roggero and Marina Ciuffo and Nikos Katis and Daniela Alioto and Aniello Crescenzi and Giuseppe Parrella and Donato Gallitelli},
  year={2000}
}
A bacterial leaf spot disease caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae van Hall was observed on Strelitzia augusta plants grown near citrus groves in the province of Catania (southern Italy) during the warm and humid spring of 1999. Symptoms included dark brown necrotic spots 1-2 cm in diameter and large necrotic lesions that originated from wounds caused by wind damage. Lesions were surrounded by a chlorotic water-soaked halo. On older leaves, lesions sometimes coalesced, causing large… CONTINUE READING

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