Spilocaea oleaginea (olive leaf spot) - CABI.org.
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A fungus Cycloconium oleaginum can infect the trees for several successive seasons, causing great damage to plantations. A species of bacterium, Pseudomonas savastanoi pv. savastanoi induces tumour growth in the shoots, and certain lepidopterous caterpillars feed on the leaves and flowers, while the main damage is made by the olive-fly attacks to the fruit.
Active substance: Content of pure a.s. (%) Custom code number (for information only) CAS: Tebuconazole: 50: 38082050: 107534-96-3: Trifloxystrobin: 25: 38082080.
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The olive tree grows bent and is short, and on rare occasions, one finds them exceeding the height of 8 to 15 m (29 to 49 ft). Even though Pisciottana is an exclusive type that encompass a number of 40,000 trees that are endemic to places around Pisciotta in Campania, in the province of South Italy, the number can be much more, and the diameter of the trunk is relatively bigger.
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