Occurrence and distribution of Phytophthora species in European chestnut stands, and their association with Ink Disease and crown decline

@article{Vettraino2004OccurrenceAD,
  title={Occurrence and distribution of Phytophthora species in European chestnut stands, and their association with Ink Disease and crown decline},
  author={A. Vettraino and O. Morel and C. Perlerou and C. Robin and S. Diamandis and A. Vannini},
  journal={European Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2004},
  volume={111},
  pages={169-180}
}
Abstract The Phytophthora complex associated with Castanea sativa Mill. was investigated in five European countries in 35 regions and with respect to various domestication levels. Annual precipitation and length of drought season were the main parameters that regulated the presence of Phytophthora species in the chestnut stands. Seven species of Phytophthora were detected; three of these, P. megasperma, P. cryptogea and P. syringae had not been previously reported on sweet chestnut. P… Expand

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