The main diseases of the peach tree. What they are and how to prevent them

The main diseases of the peach tree. What they are and how to prevent them

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Know the peach diseases and knowing how to prevent them is of fundamental importance to cultivate peach trees in a biological way. The diseases that affect a peach orchard can be of different nature, the most common are caused by fungal pathogens, but there are others, caused by bacteria and viruses. From this discussion of ours, the pests of the peach tree, to which we have already dedicated an in-depth study.
In this article, therefore, we see what are the damages of the main diseases of the peach tree. And for each of them, we will also analyze the agronomic prevention strategies and treatments with products allowed in organic farming.

Diseases of the peach tree of fungal origin

Peach bubble

There Taphrina deformans it is the fungal pathogen responsible for the peach bubble, the most widespread disease of this crop. The fungus is preserved in winter on the surface of the plant, and infections begin at the spring vegetative restart.
The disease finds its favorable conditions following long rainy periods, associated with the typical mild spring temperatures, around 15 ° C. The parts most affected by the bubble are the young shoots, the leaves, the newly opened flowers and the young fruit in fruit set phase.
The damage is evident on the green organs (buds and leaves) where blistering, curling, chromatic alterations and growth arrest are highlighted.
On flowers and small fruit, the consequence of an attack is an early drop.

Prevention and defense

Prevention against the peach bubble must be carried out well in advance. The bio products allowed are mainly copper salts, which can be combined with and alternated with calcium polysulphide. The first treatment with copper is done after the leaves have fallen, therefore in late autumn, between November and December. Then we wait for the end of winter and we intervene before the buds open, using copper or calcium polysulphide. In the post-flowering period, therefore in March and April, if long rainy periods are expected that favor the bubble, a third treatment can be carried out with calcium polysulphide at low concentrations. Alternatively, the propolis or the horsetail macerate.

Corineo of the stone fruit

The chorineum (Stigmina carpophila) is a disease that, in addition to the peach tree, also affects the others Stone fruit (for example apricot, almond tree, plum etc).
This disease also develops in the winter months, due to a fungal pathogen. Infections affect the vegetative organs (leaves and branches) and fruits. The environmental conditions predisposing the development of the disease are the periods with high humidity due to heavy rains, with temperatures between 5 and 26 ° C.
The most susceptible plants are those already debilitated. The most serious damage occurs on the branches with the typical leakage of rubbery substance (for this reason the chorineum is commonly called gummy).
Its attack causes the drying of the twigs and a widespread deterioration of the tree, with increasingly widespread cancers. On the affected ripening fruits there may be emission of gummy exudate.

Prevention and defense

Agronomic prevention from corineo, on peach trees, is carried out during the dry winter pruning phase, by removing and subsequent burn of the affected parts.
The treatments that are carried out to prevent the blister are also sufficient to control this disease.

Peach powdery mildew

The powdery mildew of the peach tree (Sphaerotheca pannosa od Oidium leucoconium) is a disease that mainly affects peach orchards in the hills or in central-southern Italy. The first attacks of the disease occur in spring, initially on small fruit, after the pinafore. After a phase of stasis in the warmer and drier months, the disease resumes virulence towards the end of summer.
On the leaves, the powdery mildew of the peach tree is highlighted first with irregularly shaped discolored areas, then the typical white mold appears.
Fruits affected early undergo drop and deformations, with a consequent severe deterioration in quality.

Prevention and defense

The prevention of peach powdery mildew is carried out with sulfur-based products, in particular wettable powders (like these). We intervene in the period that goes from the phenological phase of the end of flowering, during the pimping and up to the enlargement of the fruit.

Monilia of stone fruit

Monilia (Monilinia laxa or Monilia fructigena) is a peach disease caused by fungal pathogens. The preservation of the pathogen in the winter months takes place on the affected fruits and fallen to the ground, on the mummified-looking fruits still present on the plant and on the branch cancers that monilia causes. The most serious attacks of the disease are borne by the flowers and especially the fruits. Affected flowers wilt and turn brown quickly. The fruits, on the other hand, show yellow spots and mold that can also extend into the pulp.
The greatest risks for the inoculation of the pathogen that causes this disease on the peach tree occur in spring and summer, with climatic conditions characterized by high humidity, fog and rain.

Prevention and defense

To prevent the appearance of monilia on the peach tree, correct agronomic practices are very important. In particular, we are talking about the removal and destruction of the affected parts, a balanced nutrition of the tree, green pruning aimed at improving the aeration of the foliage, the large planting distances, and the reduction of water stress.
How biological treatment, if there are the predisposing environmental conditions, we can intervene 8-10 days after the fruit harvest with wettable sulfur.

Nerume of stone fruit

The nerume (Cladosporium carpophilum) is a disease of peach and other stone fruit also known as scab. Also in this case, responsible for the disease is a fungal pathogen that overwinters among the gems or in the cortex. The nerume affects leaves, branches and especially the growing fruit.
On the latter, there are some superficial dark spots, which then merge, compromising proper maturation. The seasons most favorable to the disease are humid and rainy springs.

Prevention and defense

To prevent the disease, it is necessary to carry out regular green pruning to aerate the foliage. In addition, it is vital to remove the fruit and other affected plant parts.
Also for the nerume a treatment with wettable sulfur is recommended, to be carried out at the moment of the fruiting.

Armillaria mellea

There Armillaria mellea it is a fungus that affects peach trees and many other plant species, and causes a disease called fibrous root rot.
It mainly affects old and decayed trees, penetrating into wounds, and causes the death of the plant in variable times according to the vegetative state. The risk of spread is higher in tired and heavily exploited soils, for example in a peach orchard where a replanting has been carried out.

Prevention and defense

Agronomic prevention against this disease is carried out primarily by checking the field to identify any affected plants. These must be explanted immediately. Soil management is also important: thegrassing is to be preferred to tillage of the land which, if not done with care, damage the root system, and therefore allow the development of the disease.
Excellent results are obtained in prevention with the use of mycorrhizae, in particular Trichoderma harzianum is T. viridae.

Branch cancers and desiccation

Cancers and branch desiccation on peach trees are a disease caused by fungal microorganisms Fusicoccum amygdali is Cytospora spp. It is commonly known as fusicocco and mainly affects one-year-old branches with elliptical lesions, hazel or brown in color, centered on a bud and preferably located at the base of the shoots. In severe cases, the cancer affects the entire circumference of the branch, causing the death of the distal portion. The buds placed below, on the other hand, are able to vegetate normally. Attacks on the trunk or branches show necrotized portions of bark, often surrounded by rubbery exudates.
The affected peach trees are very debilitated and, in the most serious cases, they dry up over the years. The infection can also affect leaves with necrotic areas, often surrounded by a reddish-yellow halo.
The establishment of the pathogen in the plant occurs mainly through the lesions that occur with the detachment of the leaves or with the blows of hail.

Prevention and defense

To avoid the disease, it is never necessary to irrigate the foliage, it is also necessary to cut the affected branches and burn them. Treatments with cupric products against the peach bubble are sufficient to prevent this pathology.

Diseases of the peach tree of a bacterial nature

Bacteriosis of the peach tree

Bacteriosis of the peach tree (Xanthomonas campestris or Arboricola, pv. thorns) is also called bacterial blotch and is a disease caused by bacteria. This pathology affects peach trees with high vigor more severely (usually caused by excessive fertilization and large water availability or by grafts on vigorous rootstocks). It affects young shoots, leaves, branches and fruits.
On the affected peaches there are brownish spots of a rounded and depressed shape, accompanied by ulcerative cracks.
The affected leaves fall early, while on the branches the bacterium causes, in late spring and late summer, apical desiccation with necrosis of the buds.
The penetration of bacteria into the plant tissues is favored by prolonged rains and mild temperatures and occurs through stomata, lenticels and various lesions.

Prevention and defense

To avoid the disease it is of vital importance to plant healthy and certified trees, purchased from standard nurseries. In the event of an attack, the infected parts must be cut and burned. To avoid irrigation on the foliage.
On the affected plants, it is also necessary to intervene with cupric products. This treatment is to be carried out when the leaves fall, after pruning and before the vegetative restart.
In spring-summer, to avoid using copper repeatedly, you can intervene with propolis (link).

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Jewelryosis is a disease common to stone fruit, much favored by ambient humiditysuch, and caused by fungi of the genus Monilia, which attack above all the buds and flowers. The flowers dry out and turn brown, and even the twigs can dry out. However, these affected parts do not fall off but tend to remain on the plant, thus preserving the inoculum. It is important to remove all these sources of further spread of the disease, using shears or scissors.

The infusions or extracts of horsetail, sprayed on the plants, prevent the disease, which can be treated, in case of evident symptoms with a product based on calcium polysulphide, a substance also allowed in organic farming, and to be used always with all the necessary precautions and after reading the instructions on product labels. Otherwise another effective product is the Bacillus subtilis, to be used in the vegetative phase or even in flowering, even if it is not officially registered for this crop and therefore its use in professional organic farming is not authorized. The copper green can be used during the winter as a preventive treatment.

A completely natural treatment. The macerate or decoction of horsetail is a natural invigorating that improves the defenses of plants. We can simply prepare it on our own.

Peach gummy: causative agent

The causal agent of the gummy peaches it is, as we have already mentioned, the mushroom Stigmina carpophila (Cooke, Wint.) also renamed Wilsonomyces carpophilus (Léveillé, 1959), ascomycete parasite of plants, which produces spores in a characteristic structure called ascus which is nothing but a lot.

This microorganism is preserved in the field, in the form of fungal mycelium, in the lesions of the branches or in the protective scales of the buds called perulis and in the infected organs that will allow the fungus to survive by sheltering among their gummy secretions.

The development of the vegetative activity and pathogenicity of this fungus depend, first of all, on the level of environmental humidity and on the temperature it will have in conditions of high humidity and temperature between 5 and 26 ° C, with a optimal temperature of about 15 ° C.

Humidity appears to be the most important element for the development of the causative agent of gummy peaches, because the germination and development of the reproductive bodies of the fungus will take place only in the presence of a veil of water on plants for a certain period of time.

During the spring period, rainy and humid, you will have the maximum diffusion of the fungus, when the leaves have completed their formation, up to Start summer, following a drastic pruning or in the presence of high humidity while its vegetative activity undergoes a arrest in the summer months, warm and dry.

The disease and the attacks suffered will be more serious after years characterized by mild winters and especially on plants weakened and damaged by frost. However, the incidence of the disease varies greatly based on the susceptibility of the host plant.


First of all we must clarify that the main damage caused by the gummy peaches it's a general weakening of the affected plants.

This fungus attacks the leaves, i branches and i fruits. Let's deepen their evolution.

Symptoms of the disease will initially manifest on the leaves where they will appear small notches of purplish-red color that around them will present a chlorotic halo as the infection expands, the spots will have larger dimensions but a clear separation will be maintained between the infected part of the leaf and the healthy one.

The parts of the leaf plate that will have these colored notches will tend to detach, leaving many small holes on the leaf so that it will usually seem pitted, the leaves affected by the disease do not fall immediately but in the following autumn.

The symptoms that will arise on the branches will be characterized by lesions of various sizes which, initially superficial, will evolve to become open cancers or tumor masses from which the gummy exudate comes out, a sort of burnt sugar-colored jelly.

Afterwards, the affected branch will dry out completely in most cases.

As for the symptoms that can occur on the fruits, those Young people will present small reddish areas with a diameter between 1 and 2 mm which will become more extensive and covered with rubbery encrustations on the fruits already grown upinstead, they will spots reddish that will become in color Bruno.

Symptoms on fruits manifest themselves mainly on peach is apricot.

The diseases of the Peach tree

The Peach tree it is a very beautiful tree that produces excellent sugary fruits, but also subject to different contracting illnesses which can damage it.
The main diseases are: the so-called Peach bubble, the Mal Bianco, is Rameal Cancer.

The Peach Bubble:
it is a fungal disease that often develops even severely on the plant in spring, then if the season will be full of rains with temperature variations between day and night for the fungus it will be a fantastic period to attack the tree, this fungus will appear on the stem and on the branches. Two treatments can be carried out during the year to prevent this disease by using products based on sulfur and copper. If prevention is not done and the plant becomes ill, it is necessary to wait for all the flowers to fade before using a fungicide product to kill the fungus.

Mal Bianco:
this disease develops especially in late spring, it manifests itself on the fruits with white and round spots preventing the fruit itself from growing well and therefore remains deformed. The leaves curl and tend to fall and have white mold on the surface.
To combat White Sickness, special treatments must be started as soon as the first symptoms appear with sulfur-based products or special antioid drugs, it is advisable to proceed with the application for periods ranging from 10 to 15 days.

Rameal Cancer:
it is a rather ancient disease that affects the Peach tree and manifests itself in the spring and autumn months.
What makes us recognize Rameal Cancer are brown lesions that initially affect the bud but then extend to the whole branch and leaves. Mushrooms are often added to all this, thus causing the death of the entire affected branch. Usually this disease also affects the trunk causing lesions from which a brown rubbery material comes out and eventually causes the leaves to fall early. To eradicate this serious disease, special fungicidal preparations can be used, such as dithianon and benzimidazoles, to be applied for about 10 days on the tree.

Diseases of the plum

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I am writing to you because I have a couple of plum trees suffering from a disease. it has complete areas with withered and crumpled leaves. I know that perhaps it is not the right time to do some treatments, also because at the moment it has given the fruits that are ripening. I am attaching a couple of photos to better explain the situation. Susino: diseases. The plum tree is sensitive to rose rust which manifests itself with the formation of small brown-orange notches which, in the long run, take on a powdery appearance on the underside of the leaves of the plum trees. Rust is not the only disease that can attack plum trees Apricot diseases and treatments for better production. The shrewd farmer knows very well that apricot treatments are essential for a correct phytosanitary prevention and serve to protect the plant from potential attacks by pathogens and climatic changes. In fact, the diseases of apricot trees, if faced with inappropriate methods, can harm.

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It is another of the very common tomato diseases. This disease causes the formation of roundish spots on the fruits, slightly sunken, of a red-brown color. After some time, the spots crack and become covered with tiny black dots, arranged in concentric circles. The diseases and parasites that can attack plants are very numerous, but there are some that occur more frequently than the others. Those most feared by gardeners are aphids, cochineal, caterpillars, whiteflies, downy mildew, rot, heat stroke Your trees suffer from gummy. The gummy is not easy to eradicate, in practice it is a self-defense mechanism of the plant, which emits resin to close the wounds. There can be many reasons, but the first thing to do is to do some treatments with copper oxychloride

The peach bubble is the main fungal disease of this much loved fruiting cultivar. We have already talked to you about the main pests of the peach tree, now it's time to deepen the discussion. La bolla è una malattia che se non controllata in modo preventivo può compromettere l'intera produzione annuale dei nostri alberi Il susino (Famiglia delle Rosaceae, tribu' delle Prunoideae, genere Prunus), rappresentato da numerose specie botaniche, e' originario per alcune dell'Asia, per altre dell'Europa e per altre ancora dell'America.Pianta coltivata in tutto il mondo e in particolare in Europa Purtroppo sono tante le malattie e i parassiti del prugno. L'afide farinoso, le cocciniglie di san josè, la larva della falena, il ragnetto rosso dei fruttiferi, la malattia denominata bozzachioma del susino. Di solito si tratta con prodotti a base di rame o ditiocarboammati o anticoccicidi

. Le formazioni gommose sulla pianta di albicocco sono causate da infezioni di monilia (Monilia laxa).Si tratta di un fungo microscopico che sverna nei cancri gommosi presenti sui rami della pianta e i cui elementi infettivi contaminano i fiori, causandone l'avvizzimento e la morte. L'infezione si propaga poi ai rametti con conseguente formazione di cancri. Nonostante l'impegno, le cure e le assidue attenzioni, può accadere che le piante del nostro giardino o dell'orto subiscano gli attacchi di funghi patogeni.Scopriamo in questa guida quali sono le principali malattie fungine delle piante di interesse orticolo e ornamentale, come si riconoscono, come prevenirle l'insorgenza e i principi attivi per combattere le infezioni in atto 4. Ganoderma applanatum, Ga. a dspersum, Ga. resinaceum . Tutte e tre le specie riescono a insediarsi con successo nei tessuti vivi di quasi tutti gli alberi. Sono i più aggressivi e perciò pericolosi tra i funghi lignicoli.La loro distinzione risulta difficile e richiede spesso verifiche microscopici. Per la sua capacità di degradare le barriere anche di alberi vitali, l'agente più. I TRATTAMENTI DELLE PIANTE DA FRUTTO DA GENNAIO FINO A MARZO/APRILE I trattamenti da eseguire sulle piante da frutto durante i mesi invernali fino ad arrivare ai primi mesi primaverili sono indispensabili per prevenire la comparsa di malattie di vario tipo che potrebbero rovinare il raccolto e la stessa pianta ma anche per curare l'infestazione qual'ora questa sia già avvenuta e si trovi.

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Susino o Prugno europeo, scopri come coltivare e curare - Scelte per te - utili informazioni sulla coltivazione, l'anaffiatura e la cura di piante come Susino o Prugno europe Come Potare un Albero di Prugne. Per fare in modo che gli alberi di prugna producano molti frutti e siano sani, hanno bisogno di essere potati una volta all'anno. Il periodo è molto importante, in quanto facendolo nel momento sbagliato.. Ho un prugno piuttosto grande di quelli che fa frutti gialli che improvvisamente questa estate ha seccato le foglie per metà albero ( le foglie stranamente restano sui rami). Ho notato ( anche su un altro prugno e un ciliegio che sembra però star bene) fuoriscire dai tronchi una resina dorata che cola e solidifica sembra ambra Susino Prunus domestica (rosaceae). Le varietà descritte derivano da specie diverse, per semplicità distingueremo le susine del tipo cino-giapponese dalle prugne del gruppo delle europee le prime più sensibili alle gelate primaverili hanno frutti spesso di grandi dimensioni aromatici e succulenti, le seconde meno sensibili alle gelate per la fioritura tardiva sono più rustiche con frutti.

. Inoltre sfoltirlo ne previene le malattie, che si espandono piu facilmente quando i rami sono troppo fitti. Se provvederete in anticipo, nel periodo giusto dell'anno e nei modi appropriati, ne favorirete lo sviluppo al massimo del suo splendore Non sembra avere altri segni di sofferenza. Ha ancora tutte le foglie e di solito non finiscono di cadere prima di dicembre. So che può essere una malattia detta gommosi e che una delle cause sono i funghi, e una delle soluzioni può essere solfato di rame, dopo aver tolto le bolle manualmente, direttamente su tronco . Ma a che concentrazione

Chiamata anche bruco americano a causa delle sue origini statunitensi, l'ifantria americana (Hyphantria cunea) è arrivata in Italia negli anni '80 e si è diffusa in tutta la Val Padana, lungo l'arco alpino e fino al Lazio e all'Abruzzo. Com'è fatta l'ifantria. È un lepidottero le cui larve sono defogliatrici, nutrendosi voracemente delle lamine fogliari: hanno infatti bisogno. Consulta il calendario per effettuare trattamenti completamente naturali sulle tue piante. Il calendario qui proposto è riferito ai trattamenti per le drupacee: albicocco, ciliegio, pesco, susino, . La tabella sottostante mostra quali tra i nostri prodotti puoi utilizzare, a seconda del periodo dell'anno: ti ricordiamo che i prodotti indicati sono di origine naturale e consentiti in. Le principali malattie del ciliegio sono la monilia e il corineo, ne vanno però tenute d'occhio anche altre come ad esempio il cancro batterico, malattia di origine batterica.. La coltivazione del ciliegio può essere effettuata anche con metodo biologico. Siamo di fronte ad una specie da frutto appartenente alla famiglia delle rosacee e al sottogruppo delle drupacee, una specie che ha. agrobacterium vitis, malattie batteriche, malattie della vite, rogna, tumore batterico, viticoltura. 0 Commenti. Inserisci commento. Per inserire commenti è necessario essere registrati ed aver eseguito il . Se non sei ancora registrato, clicca qui Prunus L., 1753 è un genere di piante della famiglia delle Rosacee, unico genere della sottofamiglia delle Prunoidee viene diviso in alcuni sottogeneri, Amygdalus, Prunus, Cerasus, Padus, Laurocerasus.Comprende oltre 200 specie, originarie delle zone temperate dell'emisfero settentrionale, arboree e arbustive a fogliame persistente o deciduo, alte fino a 6 m, solitamente con fruttificazione.

la tignola del prugno, la mosca dell'olivo, le cocciniglie degli agrumi, gli insetti rodilegno del melo e del pero ecc. Difesa: alcuni di essi possono essere debellati con prodotti generici, per altri è opportuno effettuare i trattamenti con preparati specifici. Le malattie fungine Bolla: colpisce molti fruttiferi e in particolar BOTANICA - Il prugno spinoso è un arbusto a foglie caduche appartenente alla famiglia delle Rosacee, che può raggiungere l'altezza massima. di 3-4 metri. Il frutto è una drupa rotonda di color blu-nerastro ed è commestibile. I fiori bianchi, isolati, hanno un peduncolo glabro il calice presenta cinque petali ovali-oblunghi Il pruno europeo, da alcuni chiamato prugno o susino (Prunus domestica L., 1753) è una pianta della famiglia delle Rosacee che produce i frutti noti col nome di prugna o susina.. Originario dell'Asia, nello specifico della zona del Caucaso, in seguito cominciò ad essere coltivato anche in Siria, principalmente a Damasco del thread. Per la pera sicuramente si tratta di tichcilatura. Per il prugno è molto probabilmente una fumaggine dovuta a qualche attacco di fitomizio (afidi, aleirodidi, cocciniglie). Vedi per es. se lungo il tronco trovi grosse incrostazioni di afidi grossi e nerognoli che tendono a mimetizzarsi e si evidenziano proprio per la melata prodotta Le vediamo da tutte le parti, sono tra i frutti più famosi e tra i più consumati (in tutte le possibili varianti) in Italia. Sarà perché il loro gusto varia dall'aspro al dolcissimo o perché spesso sono nostre alleate, veramente non possiamo fare a meno delle prugne.Proprio questo dato e la loro facilità di coltivazione, mi hanno portato a scrivere di loro, cercando di capire anche.

Foglie Arricciate e Accartocciate: cause e rimed

Intervenire, a seconda della malattie con prodotti specifici da somministrare seguendo le istruzioni. La ruggine del prugno colpisce le foglie che ingialliscono e cadono in anticipo. La moniliosi, invece, colpisce fiori, germogli e rametti portanti che seccano in breve tempo Uno degli alberi più importanti dei nostri boschi è sicuramente il leccio, il cui nome scientifico è quercus ilex. Il leccio è un albero sempreverde, maestoso ed imponente, capace di raggiungere anche i 25-30 metri di altezza e di vivere per diversi secoli. Il leccio appartiene alla categoria degli alberi ad alto fusto. Le fronde e la chioma di questo albero cresceno spesso in maniera.

Ciao, il problema dell'acqua e cloro non sussiste perché scompare a contatto con l'aria e con la luce.. A volte non necessariamente si vede qualcosa sotto la pagina inferiore della foglia perché alcuni insetti come la mosca bianca e i tripidi non sono di facile identificazione se non si è al momento giusto al posto giusto Il prugno si adatta a qualsiasi tipo di terreno, anche argilloso, umido, freddo e calcareo, purché profondo e ben drenato. Non prospera invece nei terreni poveri e sabbiosi specie se sono terreni anche siccitosi, nel qual caso i frutti crescono poco e cadono anzitempo. È un albero coltivabile su larga parte del territorio italiano, dalle aree mediterranee a quelle settentrionali, dalla. Prunus: Malattie e rimedi. Come la maggior parte delle specie vegetali, anche l'albero di prunus è frequentemente soggetto a malattie causate dall'attacco di parassiti, batteri e funghi. Tra quelle più frequenti, si ricorda sicuramente la famosa malattia fungina della moniliosi. Inoltre, frequente è anche la classica maculatura fogliare

La mosca o farfalla della susina (Cydia funebrana) è un insetto che depone le proprie uova nella zona distale del frutto del prugno. Le larve iniziano a crescere per un periodo compreso tra i 15 e i 40 gg. e poi iniziano a penetrare all'interno dei frutti cibandosi della polpa. I danni derivanti dalla puntura della Cydia funebrana sono a carico dei frutti che cascolano, presentano una polpa. Impollinazione Alcune varietà di susino risultano autosterili e quindi non fruttificano o fruttificano scarsamente, se non a seguito dell'impollinazione incrociata con una varietà specifica. Altre varietà risultano invece autofertili e la fruttificazione avviene regolarmente anche se nel frutteto vi è una sola pianta di susino.Le condizioni ideali affinchè possa avvenire una corretta. MALATTIE PARASSITI. NEWS E CONSIGLI. LAVORI DEL MESE. NUTRIZIONE. CURA ALTERNATIVA DEL VERDE. CURA FITOSANITARIA DEL VERDE. CANI E GATTI. LOTTA ALLE ZANZARE. LOTTA AGLI INSETTI. LOTTA AI TOPI. Home Prato orto e frutteto Prugno Prugno Susino europeo. Descrizione. Albero da frutto chiamato anche susino europeo,. Come eliminare la cocciniglia con i rimedi naturali. A livello domestico possiamo eliminare la cocciniglia dalle nostre piante con rimedi casalinghi mentre, per le grandi coltivazioni, c'è. Entomologia agraria: Ciclo biologico e lotta biologica Tignola o Cidia del susino, Cydia funebrana (Treitschke

prugno prunus. FAQ. Cerca informazioni mediche. Gruppo Ancestrale Del Continente Europeo Laureati In Medicina Stranier Per sbarazzarsi della maggior parte di questi insetti nocivi che strisciano sopra gli alberi da frutta, basta acquistare una soluzione di limetta e zolfo ed olio inattivo ad un vivaio e spruzzarlo sopra il tronco ed i rami delle travi orizzontali. Questo soffocherà le uova degli insetti. Ci servirà un Le specie maggiormente conosciute e diffuse in Italia sono Thaumetopoea pityocampa (o processionaria del pino) e Thaumetopoea processionea (o processionaria della quercia).In particolare, negli ultimi anni, la processionaria del pino ha riscosso un successo mediatico notevole in Italia, quando il clima eccessivamente caldo ha portato a invasioni di questo animale in numerose città

on settembre 10 | in Cura delle Piante | by Staff | with No Comments La mancata fruttificazione di una pianta da frutto, occasionale o definitiva, può essere provocata da molteplici cause.. La mancanza di produzione in un albero adulto che fiorisce regolarmente. Se la fioritura è regolare bisogna fare una distinzione tra gli alberi di varietà autofertili (che si impollinano da sole) e che. Tra gli alberi da frutto, si possono potare le drupacee come prugno, albicocco, pesco e ciliegio. In questo modo si evita la comparsa di varie malattie. Le piante caducifoglie possono essere potate da giugno in poi, quando iniziano la fase di crescita più veloce prugno prunus. Web. Cerca informazioni mediche. Gruppo Ancestrale Del Continente Europeo Laureati In Medicina Stranier Coltivazione dei ramassin con metodi naturali. I ramassin o ramasin o dalmasin sono piccole prugne che vanno raccolte in piena maturazione quando già sono cadute a terra solo in questo modo il loro sapore e il loro profumo dolcissimi le rendono inconfondibili. La coltivazione dei ramassin, è una di quelle che più si presta ad essere effettuata seguendo le regole di agricoltura naturale. Malattie della macchia ovulare prugna: descrizione con foto. La descrizione di questa malattia delle prugne deve essere iniziata dal fatto che il suo agente causale è un fungo. Ovularia circumscissa Sorok. Le macchie sulle foglie sono grandi, concentriche, ovali o rotonde, che si uniscono, di colore marrone e senza bordi

Difendere il susino dagli insetti parassiti senza chimic

Parassiti e malattie della Prunus Pissardi. Grande nemica della Prunus Pissardi è sicuramente l'umidità, che può essere causata da annaffiature troppo ravvicinate o da periodi di pioggia continua: per questo, prima del periodo invernale è consigliato un trattamento anticrittogamico ad ampio spettro Prugno. Piantumazione e primo anno di vita. le piante vengono trattate con rame perchè la caduta delle foglie comporta delle micro lesioni che potrebbero causare malattie. Ho sempre fatto due trattamenti: il primo ad inizio caduta foglie (quando ne sono cadute circa il 20%).

Corineo sintomi e cur

Malattie delle piante e sintomi Cause delle malattie Cure e rimedi Marciume, appassimento, scolorimento del fogliame. Ingiallimento e perdita di una grande quantità di foglie. Foglie accartocciate che presentano punte brune e si seccano completamente. I nuovi getti sono deboli, i fiori appassiscono, il terriccio è sempre bagnato. I benefici e gli utilizzi del prugno selvatico. Nella tradizione popolare il prugno selvatico veniva utilizzato soprattutto per curare ferite infette, soprattutto utilizzando il frutto ridotto in poltiglia. Veniva usata anche la corteccia per abbassare la febbre alta Il Prunus spinosa, pianta spontanea dell'Europa e dell'Asia occidentale, cresce dalla fascia mediterranea fino alla zona montana ai margini dei boschi e dei sentieri.Chiamato anche Pruno selvatico o Prugnolo, è un arbusto spinoso che fa parte della famiglia delle Rosaceae, dal greco prunon che indica il frutto del pruno e dal latino spinosus che lo identifica come una pianta. Con il termine Susino si intendono diverse specie di piante appartenenti al genere Prunus. Il Prunus Domestica è il prugno europeo che comunemente viene chiamato Susino. Il frutto di forma allungata del Prugno domestico è la prugna, mentre la Susina indica il frutto tondeggiante del Prunus Salicina, di origine cinese, giunto in Europa più recentemente rispetto al Domestica, di origine.

Cidia o Tignola del susino: Lotta e prevenzion

  1. In questa pagina trovi il calendario per effettuare trattamenti completamente naturali sulle tue piante. Il calendario qui proposto è riferito ai trattamenti per le pomacee: Pero e Melo.. La tabella sottostante mostra quali tra i nostri prodotti puoi utilizzare, a seconda del periodo dell'anno: ti ricordiamo che i prodotti indicati sono di origine naturale e consentiti in agricoltura biologica
  2. Le persone di valore fioriscono con gioia secondo il principio del ciliegio, del susino, del pesco e del prugno selvatico Andiamo avanti con lo stesso obiettivo e con lo stesso cuore! Siete voi i protagonisti di kosen-rufu: tutti i giovani Soka sono, senza alcuna esclusione, preziosi Bodhisattva della Terra. Nel Gosho Le quattordici offese Nichiren [
  3. ato dalle punture del ragnetto.
  4. Spazio consigli frutti Meilland : piantagione e mantenimento dei susini. Il susino venduto a radice nuda si pianta da ottobre a aprile Le varietà sono generalmente autofertili e non necessitano della vicinanza di altre varietà

Corineo o gommosi, il fungo delle drupacee - Passione in verd

La malattia può colpire anche i frutti e i rametti più teneri che si deformano e disseccano. I Parassiti specifici: alcune specie sono colpite da forme aggressive tipiche, come la psilla del pero, la tignola del prugno, la mosca dell'olivo, le cocciniglie degli agrumi, gli insetti rodilegno del melo e del pero ecc Galle per tutti i gusti : Le galle delle piante sono escrescenze anomale provocate da insetti o da altri organismi come batteri, funghi e acari, sono formazioni tumorali che colpiscono le piante a vari livelli, radici, fusto, rami, foglie e fiori, in definitiva tutte le parti di una pianta possono sviluppare galle Nel prugno già vecchio si può praticare anche la cosiddetta potatura di ringiovanimento, che consiste nell'asportare i rami nuovi troppo lunghi. Questi rami sono improduttivi e oltre a deformare la chioma, la infittiscono appesantendo ed indebolendo ulteriormente l'albero. Malattie causate da funghi 28 FRUTTETO - VIGNETO VITA IN CAMPAGNA 9/2008 bozzolarsi e compiere la metamorfosi. In un anno la carpocapsa compie 2-3 generazioni (vedi il ciclo biologico in basso in questa pagina). GRAVI I DANNI

Potatura prugno - potatura - Giardinaggio

Se però la malattia è molto diffusa e il pesco è molto vecchio, ti conviene tagliarlo. Quanto alla bolla adesso è tardi per intervenire, almeno non con i rimedi naturali. D'ora in poi cerca di guardare con maggiore attenzione i tuoi alberi da frutto, cerca di dare loro un po' di concime, e acqua quando è il momento e se necessario, e prevedi almeno qualche trattamento di aiuto per. Per combattere le malattie del susino e del prugno, come per tutte le altre piante da frutto, bisogna in primo luogo puntare sulla prevenzione, che si attua già nella fase di progettazione dell'impianto, perché alcune scelte in questo momento avranno poi conseguenze importanti. È consigliato quindi: Le vostre piante hanno le foglie ingiallite? Ecco quali potrebbero essere le cause e alcune soluzioni per porvi rimedio. Le foglie ingiallite potrebbero indicare la carenza di nutrienti, la presenza di buchi, un attacco di cimici, macchie bianche o una malattia chiamata Oidio. Impariamo a osservare le nostre piante: è di vitale importanza per garantirne la sopravvivenza

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