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Molecular Identification and Disease Management of Date Palm Sudden Decline Syndrome in the United Arab Emirates
International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Date palm orchards suffer from serious diseases, including sudden decline syndrome (SDS). External symptoms were characterized by whitening on one side of the rachis, progressing from the base to the apex of the leaf until the whole leaf dies; while the internal disease symptoms included reddish roots and highly colored vascular bundles causing wilting and death of the tree. Although three Fusarium spp. (F. oxysporum, F. proliferatum and F. solani) were isolated from diseased root samples, thedoi:10.3390/ijms20040923 fatcat:lo6vuuuaofcnneuavif7vvts5y