EPPO Global Database

Citrus tristeza virus(CTV000)

Reporting Service articles

Num. Title year-month
2014/033 First report of Citrus tristeza virus in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2014-02
2012/193 New data on quarantine pests and pests of the EPPO Alert List 2012-09
2011/003 New data on quarantine pests and pests of the EPPO Alert List 2011-01
2009/214 New data on quarantine pests and pests of the EPPO Alert List 2009-11
2009/062 First report of Citrus tristeza virus in Syria 2009-04
2008/124 New plant pathogens reported in Greece from 1990 to 2007 2008-06
2008/061 First report of Citrus tristeza virus in Angola and São Tomé e Príncipe 2008-03
2007/137 Details on quarantine pests in Spain: 2006 situation 2007-07
2007/026 Citrus tristeza virus found in the Eastern Black Sea region of Turkey 2007-02
2007/027 Stem-pitting strains of Citrus tristeza virus reported in Croatia 2007-02
2006/200 New data on quarantine pests and pests of the EPPO Alert List 2006-10
2006/214 Studies on Citrus tristeza virus in Iran 2006-10
2006/215 Studies on Citrus tristeza virus Egyptian isolates 2006-10
2006/182 Outbreak of Citrus tristeza virus in Calabria, Italy 2006-09
2006/054 Citrus tristeza closterovirus occurs in Jordan 2006-03
2006/053 First report of Citrus tristeza closterovirus in Sudan 2006-03
2005/089 Current situation of Citrus tristeza closterovirus in Italy 2005-06
2005/074 Pests absent in Slovakia 2005-05
2005/058 Citrus tristeza closterovirus occurs in Alabama (US) 2005-04
2005/050 Details on quarantine pests in Spain: 2004 situation 2005-04
2005/039 First report of Citrus tristeza closterovirus in Guadeloupe 2005-03
2005/038 First report of Citrus tristeza closterovirus in Serbia and Montenegro 2005-03
2004/120 Details on the situation of Citrus tristeza closterovirus and its vector Toxoptera citricida in Belize 2004-08
2003/090 Citrus sudden death is a new disease in Brazil: addition to the EPPO Alert List 2003-06
2003/071 First outbreak of Citrus tristeza closterovirus near Siracusa, Sicilia (IT) 2003-05
2003/072 Additional information on Citrus tristeza closterovirus in Algeria 2003-05
2003/052 Isolated finding of Citrus tristeza closterovirus in Algeria 2003-04
2002/107 New data on quarantine pests and pests of the EPPO Alert List 2002-07
2002/053 First report of Citrus tristeza closterovirus in Greece 2002-04
2001/156 News from the Caribbean 2001-09
2001/142 Details on quarantine pests in Spain: 2000 situation 2001-08
2001/118 New data on quarantine pests and pests of the EPPO Alert List 2001-07
2000/098 Phytosanitary status of stone fruits, citrus and olives in Palestine 2000-06
2000/045 Details on citrus tristeza closterovirus in Turkey 2000-03
2000/004 New data on quarantine pests or pests of the Alert List 2000-01
1999/177 News from the Caribbean 1999-11
1999/137 First report of citrus tristeza closterovirus in Albania 1999-09
1999/025 Error in Distribution Maps of Quarantine Pests for Europe: citrus tristeza closterovirus is not present in Yugoslavia 1999-02
1999/006 Colorimetric PCR to detect viruses in woody plants 1999-01
1998/184 Survey methods for citrus tristeza closterovirus 1998-10
1998/185 Biological characterization of citrus tristeza closterovirus isolates by in vitro cultures 1998-10
1998/170 Details on citrus tristeza closterovirus in Lebanon 1998-09
1998/139 New data on quarantine pests 1998-08
1998/100 New data on quarantine pests 1998-06
1998/69 News from the Caribbean 1998-04
1998/67 Citrus tristeza closterovirus is present in the United Arab Emirates 1998-04
1997/210 Citrus tristeza closterovirus is present in Lebanon 1997-11
1997/198 Comparison between detection methods for citrus tristeza closterovirus 1997-10
1997/176 News from the Caribbean 1997-09
1997/150 Citrus tatter leaf capillovirus should be considered as an isolate of apple stem grooving capillovirus 1997-08
1997/115 Diseases of citrus in the Mediterranean and Near East regions 1997-06
1996/215 Update on the situation of citrus tristeza closterovirus in Mexico 1996-11
1996/216 Situation of citrus tristeza closterovirus in Cyprus 1996-11
1996/46 First report of citrus tristeza closterovirus in Louisiana (US) 1996-03
1996/30 Present situation of citrus tristeza closterovirus in Spain 1996-02
1996/09 Citrus tristeza closterovirus is present in St Lucia 1996-01
1995/201 Absence of citrus tristeza closterovirus in Italy 1995-10
1995/202 Citrus tristeza closterovirus is present in Yemen 1995-10
1995/119 Survey on Toxoptera citricidus and citrus tristeza in Central America and Caribbean 1995-06
1995/120 EPPO Distribution List for Citrus tristeza closterovirus 1995-06
1995/96 Citrus tristeza closterovirus is present in Belize 1995-05
1995/97 First report of citrus tristeza closterovirus in Bermuda 1995-05
1995/95 Citrus tristeza closterovirus found in Portugal 1995-05
1995/54 Citrus tristeza closterovirus in Georgia 1995-03
1995/34 Further information on Toxoptera citricidus and citrus tristeza closterovirus in the Caribbean 1995-02
1993/200 EPPO Distribution List of Citrus tristeza closterovirus 1993-11
1993/167 Spread of Toxoptera citricidus in the Caribbean Islands 1993-09
1993/47 Citrus tristeza closterovirus in Morocco 1993-03
1993/48 Severe losses of citrus in Japan due to multiple virus infections 1993-03
1992/03 EPPO Distribution List for Citrus tristeza closterovirus 1992-08
1992/03 Presence of citrus greening bacterium and citrus tristeza closterovirus in India 1992-04
1991/05 Citrus tristeza closterovirus present in Iran 1991-08
1990/02 Distribution of citrus tristeza closterovirus in Neareastern Countries 1990-04
1990/03 Citrus tristeza closterovirus 1990-03
1990/01 Viruses, viroids and MLOs in Japan 1990-03
1988/03 Citrus tristeza virus 1988-05
1986/01 Reports of citrus tristeza virus in Calabria (IT) 1986-04
1976/10 Distribution of Citrus virus diseases in the Mediterranean Basin 1976-01