Phytophthora ramorum: monitor its spread and eradicate contaminated sites
First detected in France in the Finistère region in May 2017, the plant pathogen Phytophthora ramorum poses a significant risk for many ornamental and forest-growing plants (rhododendrons, vibernum and larch trees). ANSES issues recommendations to monitor the spread of this fungus-like microorganism, prevent the risk of its introduction and eradicate outbreaks where it is already found.
Known in Europe since the early 2000s, Phytophthora ramorum is ...Read more
Published on 12/03/2019
Opinions and Reports
June 2017 // ReportANSES Opinion and Report on conducting a risk analysis relating to the giant ragweed (Ambrosia trifida L.) in order to formulate management recommendations
February 2017 // OpinionANSES Opinion on "a request for an express risk assessment (ERA) on Xylosandrus compactus (Eichhoff) identified in metropolitan France"
January 2017 // OpinionOpinion of ANSES on the efficacy of the Ophraella communa beetle used as a biological control agent against common ragweed and assessment of the possible associated risks
September 2015 // ReportANSES opinion of "Evaluation of emergency measures to prevent the spread of the pine wood nematode within the European Union"
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