EPPO Global Database

Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. albedinis(FUSAAL)

Distribution details in Algeria

Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2011: Present, restricted distribution
From CABI Disease map 240 (1994): Present, no details
From NPPO: Present, restricted distribution
See maps in EPPO Reporting Service 505/12. Bayoudh is present only in western and central oases, eastern Algeria is free. Bayoudh reached Metlili (1950), Ghardaia (1965), and El-Goléa (1978), but has been eradicated in this last oasis.
* Amir, H.; Riba, O. (1990) Revue d'Ecologie et de Biologie du Sol 27 (2), 147-158.
------- Eastern Algeria.

* Brochard, P. Dubost, D. (1970) Awamia No. 35, 143-153.
------- F. o. f.sp. albedinis was first observed at the In-Salah palm grove, Tidikelt, in 1947. The progress of the epidemic is analysed.

* Carpenter, J. B. (1971) Report of Date Growers' Institute 48, 14-15.
------- Review of Bayoud disease in Algeria.

* Djerbi, M. (1982) Bayoud disease in North Africa: history, distribution, diagnosis and control. Date palm journal 1(2), 153-197.

* Kada, A.; Dubost, D. (1975) Bulletin d'Agronomie Saharienne 1 (3), 29-61.

* Louvet, J.; Toutain, G. (1973) Annales de Phytopathologie 5 (1), 35-52.
------- The spread in Algeria is reviewed.

* Sedra MH (2011) The Bayoud (vascular wilt) of date palm in North Africa: situation, research achivements and applications. Acta Horticulturae no. 994, 59-76.
------- A review of the disease with a map.

* Toutain, G. (1970) Awamia 35, 155-161.
------- Ghardaia.
Situation in neighbouring countries
Country State Status
Mauritania Present, restricted distribution view...
Morocco Present, restricted distribution view...