EFSA - Scientific Report of EFSA: Categorisation of plants for planting according to risk of Xylella fastidiosa introduction

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Following a request from the European Commission, EFSA was asked to provide urgent technical assistance in the field of plant health as regards the list of host plants of Xylella fastidiosa reported in Appendix В of the recently published EFSA Scientific Opinion on X. fastidiosa. In this technical report the list of host plants is categorised focusing on plant species traded as plants for planting and taking into account available data and information on the trade and cultivation of host plants and on infection with X. fastidiosa. Based on this characterisation, a definition of the host plants of X. fastidiosa which have been both (1) naturally infected and (2) confirmed by at least two different testing methods is provided, together with indication when vector transmission has been confirmed by two testing methods. An electronic dataset is appended to this technical report and provides a searchable list of host plant species.

 

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Parma, Emilia-Romagna, Italy44.8°N 10.33°E0.202Yes
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EFSA - Scientific Report of EFSA: Categorisation of plants for planting according to risk of Xylella fastidiosa introduction
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European Food Safety Authority Acknowledgment EFSA wishes to thank EFSA staff members Ciro Gardi, Gabor Hollo, Ilaria Inverardi, Virag Kertesz, Svetla Kozelska, Olaf Mosbach Schulz, Tomasz Oszako, Marco Pautasso, Giuseppe Stancanelli and Sybren Vos for the preparatory work on this report, and Jean Claude Gregoire and Claude Bragard for reviewing it. Contact alpha@efsa.europa.eu

Type: Scientific Report of EFSA On request from: European Commission Question number: EFSA-Q-2015-00103 Approved: 20 March 2015 Published: 20 March 2015 Affiliation: European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Parma, Italy

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Xylella fastidiosa infection of olive trees in Italyongoing2014-09-17
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