New Disease Reports

Senior Editor: Gerard Clover

Volume 33
01 Jan to 30 Jun 2016

New Disease Reports

New Disease Reports is a peer-reviewed, international, open-access electronic journal, published by the British Society for Plant Pathology. It aims to provide a vehicle for rapid on-line publication of new and significant plant disease outbreaks caused by fungi, bacteria, nematodes, phytoplasmas, viruses, and viroids. For more details of the scope of New Disease Reports, see Author Info. For details of the submission process, see Submission.

New Disease Reports was first started in 2000. Reports submitted prior to 2010 were also formally published (in print and online, without images) in the BSPP's journal Plant Pathology. Since 2010 New Disease Reports has become a stand-alone on-line journal in its own right (ISSN No. 2044-0588). To enhance the value of the reports, the BSPP is a member of CrossRef and will issue DOIs for all reports submitted since 01 Jan 2010.

Latest reports from the current volume (33: Jan 2016 to Jun 2016)

J.B. Meyer, M. Brunner, D. Rigling
First report of Pseudomonas syringae pv. aesculi on horse chestnut in Switzerland

E. Beal, J.O. Denton, G.J. Denton, J. Scrace
First report of Verticillium dahliae causing wilt in Impatiens New Guinea Group hybrids

R.M. Leyva, M.L. Quiñones, K.I. Acosta, B. Piñol, C.D. Xavier, F.M. Zerbini
First report of Tobacco leaf curl Cuba virus infecting common bean in Cuba

Y. Sivaprasad, P. Garrido, K. Mendez, A. Garrido, L. Ramos
First report of Iris yellow spot virus infecting onion in the Pichincha and Tungurahua provinces of Ecuador

M.M. Faghihi, S.M. Taghavi, A. Safaei, M. Siampour, S.S. Modarres Najafabadi
First report of a phytoplasma associated with bell pepper big bud disease in Iran

K. Khosla, A.K. Gupta
First report of Acremonium kiliense causing fruit rot of pears in India

S. Grausgruber-Gröger, S. Richter, J. Mihić Salapura, D. Kovačić Jošić, V. Trkulja, H. Reisenzein
First report of Dasheen mosaic virus in Zantedeschia in Bosnia and Herzegovina

R.A. Gottsberger, H. Huss
Pectobacterium carotovorum subsp. brasiliensis causing a soft rot on Styrian oil pumpkin in Austria

Editorial - Has Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. sepodonicus, causal pathogen of potato ring rot, been reported validly in Egypt?

N. Rosenzweig, L. Steere, W.W. Kirk, S. Mambetova, C. Long, R. Schafer, S. Dangi, J. Byrne
First report of Dickeya dianthicola and Pectobacterium wasabiae causing aerial stem rot of potato in Michigan, USA

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