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Gottwald, R. ; McGuire, G. ; Garran, S. (1988): Asiatic citrus canker: Spatial and temporal spread in simulated new planting situations in Argentina. Phytopathology 78: pp. 739-745.
Asiatic citrus canker is relatively easy to diagnose because of the characteristic symptoms of the disease. The pathogen may be isolated on nutrient agar (NA) or potato dextrose agar (PDA) at pH 6. 8. Growth develops in 48 to 72 hours and colonies are creamy-yellow (on PDA) to straw-yellow (on NA). The identification of isolated bacteria can be confirmed by pathogenicity to grapefruit leaves or by the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) using specific primers (Goto, 1992).
Asiatic citrus canker is a widespread bacterial disease in Asia and in certain other citrus-growing regions of the world, but it was eradicated from the U. S. after its introduction in the early part of this century. New infestations.