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Pear (Pyrus spp.)-Vein Yellows {Red Mottle and Sooty Ringspot of Quince}

Cause Vein yellows reportedly is incited by a long, flexuous virus that is identical to or very closely related to Apple stem pitting virus . The virus is found in many noncertified European pear ...

Quince-Fire Blight

See: Pear ( Pyrus spp.) - Fire Blight ...

Quince-Leaf Spot

... Asian pear, hawthorn, pear, photinia and serviceberry. Quince, some Asian pears and Asian hybrids are particularly susceptible, such ... reentry. Reference Postman, J.D. 2012. Quince ( Cydonia oblonga Mill.) center of origin provides sources of disease ...

Pear (Pyrus spp.)-Decline

... phloem tissue is made in the spring. The dwarfing Quince rootstocks have been highly tolerant of this disease. For example, Comice on quince BA-29 has been very successful. The cultivar William is incompatible ...

Quince-Brown Rot Blossom Blight

... See: Quince - Fire Blight Cherry ( Prunus spp.) - Brown Rot Blossom ...

Pear, Asian (Pyrus spp.)-Fabraea Leaf Spot

... See also: Quince - Leaf Spot Note The cultivars Kikusui, Nijisseiki (20th ...

Pear (Pyrus spp.)-Pacific Coast Pear Rust

... are produced on apple, crabapple, hawthorn, mountain ash, quince and serviceberry ( Amelanchier ). The alternate host is the incense ...

Pear (Pyrus spp.)-Powdery Mildew

... buds of apples. Other host plants include crabapple, and quince. Pear orchards are at a higher risk of disease development if planted ...

Hawthorn (Crataegus spp.)-Fire Blight

... severely attacks apple, cotoneaster, photinia, pyracantha, quince, and mountain ash. It usually goes unnoticed on ornamentals such as ...