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Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae(PSDMAK)

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Brown spots surrounded by yellow haloes are visible in spring on kiwifruit leaves.

Courtesy: Plant Protection Service of Emilia-Romagna region (IT).

In spring, vine branches and trunks affected by Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae show cankers which usually ooze red exudates.

Courtesy: Plant Protection Service of Emilia-Romagna region (IT).

Browning of tissue under the cortex of vine branches (Actinidia chinensis).

Courtesy: Plant Protection Service of Emilia-Romagna region (IT).

Colonization of vascular tissues by Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae can result in foliar wilting at the beginning of the season (A. chinensis cv. Hort 16 A).

Courtesy: Plant Protection Service of Emilia-Romagna region (IT).

Morphology of colonies grown 5 days on NSA medium, supplemented with antibiotics

Courtesy: E. Stefani, Dept. of Life Sciences, Reggio Emilia (IT)

Morphology of colonies grown 5 days on King’s medium B, supplemented with antibiotics

Courtesy: E. Stefani, Dept. of Life Sciences, Reggio Emilia (IT)