Control of communicable diseases and prevention of epidemics 11.1 The importance of communicable diseases in emergencies and disasters The five most common causes of death in emergencies and disaster s are diarrhoea, acute respiratory infection, measles, malnutrition and, in endemic zones, malaria. The processed kernels are the principal com-, modity exported to the USA, Europe and Japan, Pessoa et al., 1995). Samples were divided into two portions, one being examined in Bangkok, and the second in Sydney. Cashew black mold is a disease that can cause significant damage to the crop in the absence of control, and the cultural management associated to chemical control constitutes different strategies of protection and decrease of sources of inoculum. Major diseases of cashew (Anacardium Occidentale L.) Caused by fungi and their control in Odisha, India. However, most effective system that improved yield were integration of Mancozeb with C. odorata, Carbendazim with A. conyzoides, Carbendazim with C. papaya and integration of Mancozeb with A. conyzoides. Some times only one branch is affected, but often many branches turn yellow and shed giving a barren appearance to a portion of the tree. The sterile distilled water-inoculated seedlings, which served as the control, remained healthy and symptomless until the experiment ended. Indeed, the pathogen may, Irrespective of the lesion size, after scraping off the, infected tissues the area must be protected with a. fungicidal paste (either protective or systemic product). Freire. ISBN: N/A Categories: 2018, Biology, Life Sciences, Marine and Freshwater Biology, Marine Biology, Nova Tags: 9781536140248, 9781536140255, marine biology. In case of severe attack, spraying of carbaryl (0.1%) can be taken up. cas do cajueiro no Nordeste brasileiro (Cashew, Diseases in the Northeast of Brazil). Instead, the nuts should be dried for several days and then roasted before being cracked open. In this work Botryosphaeriaceae fungi isolated from cladode spots of cactus prickly pear were characterized based on morphology and phylogeny using on partial nucleotide sequences of ITS-rDNA, EF1-α e β-tub. However, pathogenic association was proven, (Jairajpuri, 1966). Considering the significance of cashew in the livelihood and economy of the nation, a concerted research effort on improving nut quality and increasing production per land area is key. Studies conducted in, Brazil have demonstrated that fungi associated with, kernel infection are endophytic to cashew plants or can, invade ovaries through flowers or be introduced into the, young kernels by insects (Freire, 1999). in the plantation. Weekly, simultaneously attack the seedling leaves, increasing, the severity of the anthracnose. In Brazil, cashew floral and shoot die-back has recently, been detected by Cardoso et al. Gum exudation is the most visible symptom, after yellowing and leaf drop. Young. B. On-farm testing of fungicide control, strategies. No cleistothec, were observed so far in cashew plants any. Weather, variety(e.g. Recently, the next-generation sequencing (NGS) and high-throughput genotyping technologies have expedited the pace of development of genomic tools and resources for genomics-orphan crops like cashew. Preventive or curative weekly spraying, occurring only during the rainy season and affecting, few plants in nurseries. Kernel samples of common and dwarf Brazilian cashew nuts were highly contaminated with field and storage fungi in comparison to healthy ones. host resistance) and cropping measures affect the incidence and severity of pests and diseases as well as the effectiveness of the control measures required. fungus that eventually takes on pathogenic characteristics; however, the environmental conditions that cause this change in of 2009. The, *Corresponding author. Cashew tree is subject to attack of a multitude of diseases. In Nigeria, Esuruoso (1974) recorded the, same country, Olunloyo (1978) observed invasion of, not only agents of dissemination of those fungi but also, effective agents of inoculation. The severity of the disease and production of the ‘BRS 189’ dwarf cashew clone were evaluated. Many fungi species known, plant pathogen of cashew and other crops have been. Pitt, J.I., Hocking, A.D., Bhudasamai, K., Miscamble, B., Wheeler, K.A., Tanboon-Ek, P., 1993. Topper, C.P., Boma, F., Mhando, H., 1997. was emended by Castellani and Casulli (1981). Lesions may reach deep, woody tissues completely blocking the sap flow. Control - The disease is best controlled by a combination of approaches including cultural, resistance and use of fungicides. ities from Thailand. Mossor, Almeida, R.T., Landim, C.M.V., Teixeira, L.M.S., 1979. Adeniyi DO, Orisajo SB, Fademi OA, Adenuga OO, Dongo LN. This fungus can infect seedlings in the nursery as, well as adult plants in the field. has been associated with blight and die-back, sp. Additionally, most of the yield and agronomic traits are genetically complex which complicate its breeding. Whereas the districts of Pacajus and Beberibe had a lower occurrence of gummosis, with lower values for thermal amplitude, altitude and latitude. Monocrotophos sprayed to control TMB will also control such pest correlation). Abraham M, Padmakumari G. 1980. Indian Farming 28 (12), 19–20. Other diseases of less importance on cashew include powdery mildew (Oidium anacardii), black mold (Pilgeriella anacardii) etc. Though more than a dozen fungi have been reported in cashew, only a few are serious. Tesink, Zutphen, Amsterdam, The. The experiment was carried out in field conditions, using a randomized block design in split-plot composed of chemical products (fungicide and commercial lime sulphur) and plant management (pruning and defoliation), with four replicates. Rate of, ment (i.e. pear-shaped edible, peduncle), and toasted kernels are also sources of, This paper reports on the main diseases of cashew nut, plants in Brazil. Cashew is an extremely important source of income for thousands of people in the Brazilian Northeastern—in growing the plant, in harvesting the nuts, in processing the kernels and apples, and in marketing the products. Penicillium brevicompactum, and P. glabrum were the most frequently isolated penicillia, with higher contamination recorded from dwarf kernels. angular leaf spot in the field crop. observed in LC-15 (7.70%), while minimum angular leaf Pests and diseases in agricultural crops strongly react to their biotic and abiotic environment. stem, near the soil level, many white sclerotia appear, which turn brown or dark-brown color. crop giving employment to more than 100,000 people, and providing an annual turn-over of 200 million, dollars. and an unidentified reniform nematode in, . spot, its identity was confirmed only recently (Freire, 1997). I. Nematode attack has so far not been detected in this crop. On the. Despite the economic viability of this crop, there are constraints to its production which also compromise the yield. Invasion in cashews was lower, major fungi being Aspergillus flavus (60%), Nigrospora oryzae (58%), Aspergillus niger (53%), Chaetomium globosum (47%) and Eurotium chevalieri (40%). Esuruoso, O.F., 1974. and mycotoxins of Brazilian cashew kernels. Caju Informativo, EMBRAPA-CNPCa 4 (1), 1–2. Anthracnose is by far the most important disease. Pseudo-apple Spot The disease is caused by Colletotrichum gloeosporiodes Penz. saturation are excellent conditions for the infection. Resistance to angular, leaf spot was detected in 11 clones of dwarf cashew, Cashew powdery mildew was first recorded from, F.C.O. Tel. L., in the Federal District). Em mudas de cajueiro e mangueira no. In this review article, we describe the breeding objectives, advances in construction of linkage map, QTL dissection and development of genomic sequence resources in cashew. Details Additional information Help Details. The results confirmed the presence of the pathogen in the orchards with incidence ranging from 6.9% and 14.0% for gummosis and averaged 22.9% for anthracnose infected orchards. Adults are medium in size, dark brown in colour and measure … Top. In Nigeria. Indeed, recent studies conducted on the mycoflora and, mycotoxins in Brazilian cashew kernels revealed, for the. During the rainy period, in the Brazilian northeastern region (from January to, June) and during ‘‘cashew rain’’, in August and. Productivity and quality of the nuts are threatened by disease infestation; major fungal disease that affects cashew is inflorescence dieback caused by Lasiodiplodia species. was first recorded by Ponte et al. Other foliar infections, namely black mould, angular leaf spot and powdery mildew are considered of lesser importance. One experiment was conducted at the Embrapa Agroindústria Tropical Experimental Field in Pacajus, state of Ceará, Brazil, from July to December 2014, with BRS 189 cashew clone, with eight sulfur doses needed for achieving a disease gradient, distributed in a randomized block with four replications. (1993) in Thailand. Data obtained from 329 samples are reported here, comprising maize (154), peanuts (109), cashews (45) and copra (21). Hplc was only carried out on dwarf cashews. However, compared to the number of insect-pests attacking cashew and the intensity of damage caused by them, the magnitude of the disease problem is not that much severe. Dc.). As of April 14, 2003, Taiwan had had 23 probable cases of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), all imported. Ponte, J.J., Saraiva, L.M., 1973. Cashew; Diseases; Brazil; Epidemiology; Etiology; Control. 11 (3), 4–5. Diseases and control measures The EU has a set of specific legislation for a number of animal diseases depending on their potential social and economic impact. AcknowledgementsFurther readingRevision questions. Proc. Control Measures: The disease is controlled by application of 0.2% Dithane M-45 or Sulfax fungicide. 11(1 68-74, July 2017). tions (Batista et al., 1964; Urben and Mattos, 1974; Ponte, 1984; Teixeira, 1988; Menezes, 1997). formed (Freire and Cardoso, 1995). leaves are not susceptible to the pathogen. Die Back or Pink Disease. Controlling cashew diseases. Lesions and still actively, sporulating colonies are simultaneously observed on, This disease is considered of secondary importance in, Brazilian cashew plantations so that control measures, are not used. spraying is carried out at the time of the new flush, flowering and fruiting, just when young tissues are very, susceptible. isolates and resistance of cashew (, L.) to the pathogen. Five clones were significantly resistant to black mold, 11 to angular leaf spot and 19 anthracnose. Embrapa/CNPAT, Fortaleza-, Freire, F.C.O., Rossetti, A.G., 1991. Brown spot is caused by Physoderma maydis. A. flavus was the next most frequently isolated species. most important cash crops of the northeastern region of. The first signs are tiny yellowish spots on the leaves which eventually turn brown. The highest rates of infection were, observed in kernels of dwarf cashews, and the most, kernel deterioration can cause losses as high as 20, million dollars yearly. In advanced stages, the bark splits and peels off. The symptoms produced on the inoculated seedlings were similar to those observed in all the visited orchards as described by [43]- [45], ... cherry (Malpighia punicifolia L.), and passion fruit (Passiflora edulis Sims). High genetic variability was detected indicating a great potential of selection for resistance. 157–163. The extensive area planted, low productivity, and fungicide cost, make disease control economically, High genetic variability has been detected among a, population of dwarf cashew clones, suggesting a great, potential of selection for resistance. A resinose do cajueiro (The cashew gummosis). 270–276. (Fungicides trial to control anthracnose of cashew. reasons. Evaluation of fungicides, cashew in Tanzania. How to control this? While disease control measures to be applied can be implemented by the Veterinary Authority, private or community entities or a combination of all, the overall responsibility for oversight of the programme remains with the Veterinary Authority. Despi, genetic variability, studies have provided evidence that, specialization (Albuquerque and Mendes, 1975; Menten, et al., 1995; Muniz et al., 1997). Rep. 62 (5), 416–420. Freire*, J.E. Initially, confused with cercospora. It was observed that scraping until reaching the healthy tissue is an effective method of control which stimulates the healing process after a certain period. The world production of cashew nuts reached 4.89 million tons in 2016, with Vietnam being the largest producer of nuts. All rights reserved. Diseases in Cashew nursery. Proceedings of the Eigth Annual Meeting, of the Brazilian Phytopathological Society. No control measures have been used against angular, leaf spot in cashew. Mycopathologia 145. In a recent screening, infection, 19 clones out of 30 were found to be. Also in Brazil. Key Terms: Chili Anthracnose, Financial Impacts, Frequency, Fungicide, Ridomil. of cashew inflorescence (Olunloyo and Esuruoso, 1975). Plant diseases are a significant yield and quality constraint for growers of broadacre crops in Western Australia. Aflatoxins were not detected by quantitative high performance thin layer chromatography. shading, water supply, etc.) Infection reaches the whole seedling quickly, causing its death. Department of Agricultural Research of, the Royal Tropical Institute. 7.1.1 Movement Controls. Add to cart. Cerrado 6 (26), 20–23. Menten, J.O.M., Bach, E.E., Menezes, M., Teixeira, L.M.S., 1995. of the 28th Meeting of the Brazilian Phytopathological Society. The spraying of pesticides in Brazilian cashew plantatations is seldom practiced by most farmers due to economic and social reasons. (Ed. The production of cactus prickly pear (Nopalea cochenillifera) as a foraging plant in the Brazilian Northeastern region is limited by diseases for which knowledge of etiology and diversity of pathogens is scarce. Indian Farming, Nambiar, K.K.N., Brahma, R.N., 1979. Freire, F.C.O., 1991a. The incidence (%) and severity of powdery mildew in cashew plants were estimated in a scale ranging from 0 to 4, and then correlated with plant yield and biometric characteristics of cashew nuts, kernels, and peduncles. Fruticultura 2 (1), 23–33. 1.4 Principles of communicable diseases control – Breaking the chain of infection .....8 1.5 Why RCHDs are more vulnerable to outbreaks of communicable diseases? Two factor factorial arrangements with completely randomized block design had been employed. In: Luz, E.D.M.N., Santos, A.F., Matsuoka, K., Freire, F.C.O., Cardoso, J.E., 1995. By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. characterised by a decline in the plants and a reduction in stand. A knowledge of the identity of the invading virus or viruses, the source of infection and the means of viral transmission, allows control measures to be formulated. The pathogen was isolated after disinfecting the excised diseased pieces in 70% ethanol, plated on potato dextrose agar (PDA) and incubated at 28 o C for 3 to 7 days. When lesions girdle more than two, thirds of the trunk, it is almost impossible to save the, plant as the surgery procedures must eliminate both, infected and healthy tissues. Competi, fungicidas no controle da antracnose do cajueiro (. On the other hand, powdery mildew affected mass, size, and quality of cashew peduncles at the lack of control. Ilh, Cardoso, J.E., Cavalcanti, J.J.V., Cavalcante, M.J.B., Arag, Felipe, E.M., 1999. of cashew kernel). Food Microbiol. ... Die-back and stem gummosis caused by C. gloeosporioides and L. theobromae have also been reported to cause significant damages to cashew plants [15]. However, when compa-, tible isolates were crossed viable perithecia developed, leaves of cashew seedlings or adult plants are initially, water-soaked and become orange-brown to light-, reddish with age and sporulation of the fungus. Experimental trials, however, revealed that, control can be obtained by fortnightly dusting or, spraying with sulfur products or with benomyl (Cardoso, et al., 1995; Menezes, 1997). Among the test genotypes, minimum The anatomical characteristics and basic density of wood with and without canker were evaluated. The present work carries out a technological prospection in databases of patents and scientific papers mapping the applications of cashew nuts and cashew apple. Prevention, or at least alleviation, of the effects of viruses, involves : (1) Elimination of sources of virus. Best results can be achieved if. In: Lima, V.P.M.S. In all 602 samples were examined, and at North Ryde about 18,000 fungal isolates identified. Juice, jam, alcoholic and soft, made from cashew apples (i.e. Field and laboratory investigations, mental factors. As cashew cultivation expands, there is a need to record the population dynamics of various pests and diseases that attack cashew. Cashew is the second most important edible tree nut crop after almonds. Copyright © 2002 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved. The septate mycelium was whitish-grey, velvety and cotton-like in appearance from the top. In many countries including Ethiopia, disease surveillance is not common, due to logistics, high rate of disease spread (Karungiet al., 2010;Topper et al., 1998) endemic nature of the disease (Sijaonaet al., 2001), phenologically heterogeneous farms. Coconut Conference, Dar Es Salaam, Tanazania, pp. It is cultivated in more than 30 countries due to economic and nutritional importance. | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate 2.3 Procedures for resolving health, safety and security matters Under the OHS Regulation 2001, if … This includes: notification obligations diagnostic methods measures to be applied in case of suspicion and confirmation of disease and, where applicable, regionalisation measures. Fitopatologia Brasileira 23 (4), 477–479. Freire et al. Lasiodiplodia theobromae, the causal agent, is an endophytic Freire, F.C.O., 1999. The result of the pathogenicity test confirmed the isolates to be pathogenic on inoculated cashew seedlings and were consistently re-isolated, thereby establishing the pathogen as the true causal agent of the said diseases in cashew trees and thus completed the Koch's postulate. Fitossanidade 31 (1/2). Plant pathogens can be fungal, bacterial, viral or nematodes and can damage plant parts above or below the ground. L.) to anthracnose, black mould, and angular leaf, Noack agent del mal bianco dell anacardio (Preliminary, L.). behaviour are still unknown. .....9 1.6 Key points on basic management of communicable diseases in RCHDs .....9 2. Diseases have been reported to cause significant cashew yield loss in Brazil, a major cashew-producing country. were detected in cashew kernels (Andrade et al., 1990). severe limits for mycotoxins, mainly for aflatoxins. anthracnose is posing a severe menace to chili production in southern Ethiopia. Diseases have been reported to cause significant cashew yield loss in Brazil, a major cashew-producing country. of cashew and mango in the Ceara State). The financial impact and profitability of frequent spraying was computed. BROWN SPOT. No control measures are used. Adult plants are more resistant to this disease. Society of Fruit Crop. However, spraying of experimenta, plots with protective and systemic fungicides have, successfully controlled the disease. Protect the cut surfaces by applying Bordeaux paste. We report for the first time worldwide L. jatrophicola and N. hyalinum species causing spots on cactus prickly pear. Rev. ao, M.L., Cavalcante, M.J.B., 1995. Data on incidences of anthracnose on leaves severity on fruits were collected. Epidemiology, symptoms and causal, agents of disease are discussed as well as measures to, This is the main disease of cashew in Brazil. Fungal deterioration of kernels, a pre- and post-harvest problem, causes losses of million of dollars, The spraying of pesticides in Brazilian cashew plantatations is seldom practiced by most farmers due to economic and social. The spraying of pesticides in Brazilian cashew plantatations is seldom practiced by most farmers due to economic and social reasons. Agric. Proceedings of the 11th Annual Meeting, (Penz.) Gummosis of branches and trunk has increased its severity in all northeastern producing states. During the rainy season, this disease can, devastate a nursery in a few days if chemical control is. Scraping and chemical treatments were carried out in different concentrations to analyze the best method to prevent an increase of lesions caused by the pathogen. Proceedings of the, 30th Meeting of the Brazilian Phytopathological Society. Rep. 59 (2), Paula Pessoa, P.F.A., Leite, L.A.S., Pimentel, C.R.M., 1975. Proceedings of the International Cashew and Coconut. is sufficient to, in Brazil. 2002 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved. Shomari, S.H., Kennedy, R., 1997. which occur out of season (Shomari and Kennedy, 1997). No management of the plant reduced the intensity of the disease and the defoliation was the one that presented the lowest yield. Society of Fruit Crop. Genetic resistance of dwarf cashew (. In India, the, rot in immature and mature nuts was confirmed by, Nambiar (1978). This infection has been con-, trolled by periodically cleaning the knives with a 1.0%, sodium hypochlorite solution and by immersing the, Several other fungi have been reported which are, associated with foliar infections of cashew plants in. of the Brazilian Society of Fruit Crop. cas do Cajueiro (Diseases of Cashew). 2011. Chemical fungicide application revealed significant effects on suppressing the Fusarium wilt disease and enhancing cashew recovery after 120 days of application. Cashew is an extremely important source of income for thousands of people in the Brazilian Northeastern—in growing the plant, in harvesting the nuts, in processing the kernels and apples, and in marketing the products. Conference, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, pp. microscopy revealed the mechanisms of mycoparasitism. The short initial description of. order to check the disease outbreak, such twigs should be cut and swabbed with Bordeaux paste (10%) and sprayed with 1% Bordeaux mixture. Sporulating, whitish or grayish–whitish mildew colonies can readily, be observed on the upper surface of leaves. This exudative disease was described by Freire, Isolation and pathogenicity tests showed the fungus, the causal agent. The cashew tree or Anacardium occidentale, a tropical tree native from Brazil, was introduced to Asia and Africa by European explorers in the sixteenth century. On leaves of adult, plants or on mature leaves of older seedlings lesions are, black, angular in shape, with a chlorotic halo, which can, usually reach twice the lesion size. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0261-2194(01)00138-7. Major diseases of mango and their control measures are discussed below. 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