France Publishes Report on Xf in Corsica

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In a press release, the French minister of agriculture has announced the publication of the results of a report on Xylella fastidiosa in Corsica. The report was finalized following an expert mission to the French island which had beenannounced by the ministry in July.

The mission was made up of an expert from the ministry’s Directorate General on Food Safety, as well as four advisors in entomology and bacteriology from the National Institute for Agronomical Research.

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