EPPO Global Database

EPPO Reporting Service no. 11 - 1993 Num. article: 1993/198

Occurrence of quarantine pests in Hungary

A report has been sent to EPPO by the Ministry of Agriculture in Budapest, (HU), on the occurrence of quarantine pests in Hungary. EPPO A1 quarantine pests were not found in the country. Several EPPO A2 quarantine pests have, however, a limited distribution:
- Cryphonectria parasitica (ENDOPA) has been found on two sites of approximately 70 ha and has not spread further during the last year. Sites for the production of propagation material are free from the pathogen.
- Globodera rostochiensis (HETDRO): Two isolated areas of 110 ha were found to be infested and are under quarantine restrictions.
- Frankliniella occidentalis (FRANOC): Spot occurrence was observed on 6 sites of about 6 ha.
- Bemisia tabaci (BEMITA): The whitefly was found at glasshouses of two growers.
- Puccinia horiana (PUCCHN): White rust of chrysanthemum was observed in 4 places (1 ha) mainly in house gardens.


Ministry of Agriculture, Budapest (1993-05)