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    • Evaluación del comportamiento epidemiologico del sharka en San Rafael, Mendoza 

      Piglionico, Damián Gustavo; Farrando, Roberto Jes; Lucero, Vanesa Angelica; Ojeda, Eva Maria; Dal Zotto, Angelica; Picca, Cecilia Nelida; Marini, Diana Beatriz (Asociación Argentina de Fitopatólogos, 2021-09-22)
      El Plum pox virus ( es el agente causal del Sharka la enfermedad viral más importante de los frutales de carozo, principalmente de ciruelos, damascos y durazneros En Argentina fue detectada en el 2004 en San Juan y ...
    • Frutales de carozo : Plum pox virus (sharka) 

      Marini, Diana Beatriz; Rossini, Mirta Noemi; Dal Zotto, Angelica; Porcel, Laura Beatriz; Arroyo, Luis Enrique (2015)
    • Monitoring of Plum Pox Virus concentration at different plant heights throughout the year in prunes (Prunus domestica) in Argentina 

      Marini, Diana Beatriz; Farrando, Roberto Jes; Porcel, Laura Beatriz; Ojeda, Eva Maria; Picca, Cecilia Nelida; Fuentes, C.; Dal Zotto, Angelica; Teich, Ingrid (International Society for Horticultural Science, 2015-01)
      Sharka, caused by Plum pox virus (PPV), is the most important viral disease of stone fruits worldwide. PPV was detected for first time in Argentina in 2004 and since then many efforts have been made to eradicate it. To ...
    • Spiraea sp. new natural host of Plum pox virus (Sharka) 

      Piglionico, Damián Gustavo; Ojeda, Eva Maria; Lucero, Vanesa Angelica; Farrando, Roberto Jes; Porcel, Laura Beatriz; Picca, Cecilia Nelida; Marini, Diana Beatriz (Springer, 2021-01)
      Plum pox virus (PPV) was detected in Argentina for the first time in 2004. After eradication of the initial outbreaks, establishment of quarantine areas and strict control of nursery stock plants, no evidence of disease ...