EPPO Global Database

Globodera rostochiensis(HETDRO)

Distribution details in Australia (Victoria)

Situation
Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2008: Present, restricted distribution
First recorded in: 1986
From CABI Disease map 778 (1999): Present, restricted distribution
Comments
According to Blacket et al. (2019): first found in a small market garden at Wandin in February 1991. Then found at several additional locations east and south of Melbourne: Gembrook (1991), Emerald (1992), Keysborough (1992), Boneo (1992), Koo Wee Rup/Cora Lynn (2003), Thorpdale (2008). Under official control.
References
* APPPC (1991) Quarterly Newsletter, Asia and Pacific Plant Protection Commission 34 (2), 8-9.
------- Near Melbourne.

* Blacket MJ, Agarwal A, Wainer J, Triska MD, Renton M, Edwards J (2019) Molecular assessment of the introduction and spread of potato cyst nematode, Globodera rostochiensis, in Victoria, Australia. Phytopathology 109(4), 659-669.

* Hinch JM, Alberdi F, Smith SC, Woodward JR, Evans K (1998) Fundamental and Applied Nematology 21 (2), 123-128.

* Holland S (1991) AQIS Bulletin 3 (2), 2.
------- In the Dandenong Ranges, Melbourne.

* Holland S (1991) FAO Plant Protection Bulletin 39 (2-3), 113-114.
------- Near Melbourne.

* IPPC website. Official Pest Reports – Australia (2008-11-11) Extension of known Potato Cyst Nematode (PCN) in Victoria, Australia. https://www.ippc.int/en/countries/australia/pestreports/2008/11/extension-of-known-potato-cyst-nematode-pcn-in-victoria-australia/
------- Thorpdale (Southeastern Victoria).