EPPO Global Database

Erwinia amylovora(ERWIAM)

Distribution details in Belarus

Situation
Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2020: Present, few occurrences
First recorded in: 2007
From CABI Disease map 002 (2017): Present, few occurrences
Comments
EPPO Reporting Service (2008/175) : first detection in 2007 on a limited number of samples collected near Minsk.

As of 2020-01: present in 2 regions (496 ha).
References
* Anonymous (2020) Справочник по карантинному фитосанитарному состоянию территорий государств - участников СНГ на 01.01.2020 г. [Handbook of quarantine phytosanitary conditions in the territories of the CIS Member States as of 2020-01-01]. All-Russian Plant Quarantine Center. 92pp. Available at https://vniikr.ru/today/intercoll/inter-coord

* Kamardzina V (2010) Fire blight spread under conditions of Belarus. Abstract of a paper presented at the 12th International Workshop on fire blight (Warsaw, PL, 2010-07-16/20), p 110.
------- Surveys detected 2 foci in Minsk district (commercial and family apple orchards), 2 foci in Brest district (commercial apple orchards), also detected on Crataegus .

* Lagonenko AL, Komardina VS, Nikolaichik YA, Evtushenkov AN (2008) First report of Erwinia amylovora fireblight in Belarus. Journal of Phytopathology, 156(10), 638-640.

* Lagonenko, A. L.; Kudzina, I. V.; Evtushenkov, A. N. (2011) Acta Horticulturae No.896, 141-146.

* Lagonenko, A. L.; Kudzina, I. V.; Evtushenkov, A. N.; Krugleevskiy, M. A.; Kastritskaya, M. S.; Kukharchyk, N. V. (2011) Acta Horticulturae No.896, 363-366.
Situation in neighbouring countries
Country State Status
Latvia Present, few occurrences view...
Lithuania Present, few occurrences view...
Poland Present, restricted distribution view...
Russia Far East Absent, unreliable record view...
Russia Present, restricted distribution view...
Russia Southern Russia Present, restricted distribution view...
Russia Central Russia Present, restricted distribution view...
Ukraine Present, restricted distribution view...