Several EPPO A2 quarantine pests found in Greece
The Benaki Phytopathological Institute, Greece, has published a list of diseases of cultivated plants. This list is based on the diagnosis of plants sent by state agricultural services, agricultural cooperatives, individuals and scientists during the years 1970-1980. It includes several quarantine pests for which no previous record was given by the Greek Plant Protection Service.
The following are recorded for the first time in Greece: barley stripe mosaic hordeivirus, Ophiostoma ulmi, grapevine flavescence dorée MLO, pear decline MLO, potato stolbur MLO and tomato spotted wilt virus.
Holevas, C.D.; Gavalas, N.A.; Chitzanidis, A.; Kouyea, H.; Tzamos, E.C.; Pappas, A.C.; Elena, K.; Theohari, I.; Kornarou, E.; Panagopoulos, C.G.; Psallidas, P.G.; Alivizatos, A.S.; Kyriakopoulou, P.E.; Bem, F. (1990) Diseases of cultivated plants observed in Greece from 1970 to 1980.
Annales de L'Institut Phytopathologique Benaki 16, 1-73.