Productwijzer

aantastingen

Agrobacterium

Excessive root growth (crazy roots) in mostly tomato and aubergine.
Read more

Clavibacter

Bacterial leaf blight (also called bacterial canker) can cause considerable damage in tomato plants.
Read more

Pseudomonas

These bacteria cause, for example, head rot in broccoli and bacterial canker in cherry and plum.
Read more

Xanthomonas

Causes disease, for example, in Begonia, Hedera, strawberry and various tree nursery crops such as Prunus.
Read more

Erwinia

Erwinia (also called fireblight) causes infections and spoilage Rosaceae. It also causes brown rot, flower infections and soft rot.
Read more

Alternaria

Cosmopolitan fungal genus consisting of many different species. Causes infections in cabbage, potato, tomato and over 300 other plant species.
Read more

Botrytis

Botrytis causes a brown/grey powdery coating on plant tissue. Many crops are susceptible to this fungal infection, both outdoors and under glass.
Read more

Colletotrichum

Causes leaf and stem spots in various crops.
Read more

Cylindrocladium

Causes leaf drop and twig death in Buxus.
Read more

Diplocarpon

Causes black spot in rose and leaf spots on other members of the Rosacaea family such as hawthorn and Photinia.
Read more

Powdery mildew

A collective name for several fungi that cause leaf spots on different crops. Roses, gerberas, cucumbers, tomatoes, grapes, kalanchoe and other plants are susceptible to it.
Read more

Fusarium

Root, bulb and tuber rot in a wide range of crops including potato, tomato, tulip, cereals and amaryllis.
Read more

Downy mildew

Causes leaf spots on, for example, cucumbers, grapes, lettuce and roses. It is recognisable by the yellow-grey to crimson spots (top of the leaf) and the grey powdery coating (underneath).
Read more

Mycosphaerella

Infection causes, for example, leaf spots in cabbage and strawberries and fruit rot in cucumber.
Read more

Phytophthora cactorum

Causes crown rot in strawberries.
Read more

Rust

Leaf infections with lumps of orange spores on various crops such as raspberry, hypericum and Pyrus.
Read more

Scab

Scab causes spots on leaves and fruit and corky blotches on fruit skin and can result in smaller or even fewer fruit.
Read more

Septoria

Causes leaf and stem spots in various crops.
Read more

Spotted wing drosophila (SWD)

The spotted wing drosophila attacks soft fruit and grapes. Larvae in the fruit make it unsaleable.
Read more

Wasps

Wasps stab the soft fruit or eat holes in the fruit. This releases scent signals, attracting SWD.
Read more

Stinging and sucking insects

Stinging and sucking insects include gall mite, lice, red spider mite and whitefly. Affected crops produce smaller or even fewer fruit.
Read more

Vruchtboomkanker

Read more

Taksterfte

Read more

Hagel-/of vorstschade

Read more

Droogtestress

Read more
Alwin Scholten

Your contact person

Alwin Scholten

Erik Jaspers

Your contact person

Erik Jaspers