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Xylella fastidiosa: una recente ricerca italiana

"Una ricerca delle Università di Foggia e Firenze mette in luce la possibile consociazione di almeno tre funghi nelle piante che presentano i sintomi di disseccamento. È un caso allora che l'esplosione della malattia sia arrivata dopo annate molto umide e piovose?.." i risultati della ricerca sono esposti in un articolo della rivista "Teatro Naturale".

La ricerca di Antonia Carlucci et al. dal titolo Has Xylella fastidiosa “chosen” olive trees to establish in the Mediterranean basin? è pubblicata sul numero 3 (2013) di Phytopathologia Mediterranea.

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