EPPO Global Database

Monilinia fructicola(MONIFC)

Distribution details in Poland

Situation
Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2013: Present, restricted distribution
First recorded in: 2010
Pest status declared by NPPO: Present, first found in 2010, under official control (2011-01)
Comments
From NPPO: M. fructicola was detected for the first time in a research orchard in September 2010 on plum (Prunus domestica) in the lodzkie voivodeship. All infected trees were destroyed. In January 2011, it was detected in 12 samples collected from 12 orchards located in 7 voivodeships (malopolskie, dolnoslaskie, kujawsko-pomorskie, mazowieckie, opolskie, lubelskie, zachodniopomorskie). The disease was found on apple, plum and pear fruits. Official measures were taken.
References
* NPPO of Poland (2011-01).

* Poniatowska A, Michalecka M, Bielenin A (2013) Characteristic of Monilinia spp. fungi causing brown rot of pome and stone fruit in Poland. European Journal of Plant Pathology 135(4), 855-865.
------- Detected during a survey carried out in 2010 and 2011. Out of a total of 670 Monilinia spp. isolates, 5 isolates from plum (locality Dabrowice) were identified as M. fructicola.
Situation in neighbouring countries
Country State Status
Czech Republic Absent, invalid record view...
Germany Present, few occurrences view...
Slovakia Absent, pest eradicated view...
Ukraine Absent, no pest record view...