Memoona Ilyas, ... Abdul Mujeeb-Kazi, in Emerging Technologies and Management of Crop Stress Tolerance, Volume 2, 2014. A banana field infected by bacterial wilt disease (left), yellow-orange streaking and bacterial ooze in pseudostem vascular tissues (middle), and rusty-brownish stain of rotten fruits (right). It is widespread and exceedingly destructive for the ginger grows in tropical, subtropical and warm temperate regions of the world. The wilt may develop gradually from one leaflet to the next or it may become general and destroy much of the foliage (Fig. Field studies were conducted to assess yield loss caused by bacterial wilt of ginger in different wilt management systems at Teppi and Jimma, Ethiopia, during 2017. In all, 28 strains of these spp., inhibited the growth of R. solanacearum and produced volatile and diffusible antagonistic compounds as well as PGB substances in vitro. Copyright © 2020 Elsevier B.V. or its licensors or contributors. The above ground shoot is erect and reed-like with linear leaves that are arranged alternately on the stem. ���L�ߊ�[���M��նŧIF�Ʉ��IHG)���"m�C,dj�t<0�|��?h2!�A>��t,�[���@����/.�T#�\�`װzaCcD�@�(��k�l�����P�0i!�. GEORGE N. AGRIOS, in Plant Pathology (Fifth Edition), 2005. musacearum, was only recorded in Ethiopia in the Horn of Africa. The diseased tissue is sticky and this stickiness distinguishes bacterial wilt from other pathogens. Soil amendments that increase soil pH should be avoided to control scab. It can transfer to other plants through weeds and crop residues from the previous harvest. In 1955 a severe wilt disease occurring on ginger in the Near North Coast district of Queensland was incorrectly attributed to infection by a Fusarium sp., and later shown to be caused by a strain of Ralstonia solanacearum, now reclassified as R. sequeirae. Fortunately, only some Eucalyptus species are susceptible to this disease and it can be managed by planting resistant species or hybrid close. Rhizoctonia stem rot, caused by Rhizoctonia solani, is common in newly planted carnations. Insect Pests of Ginger. The pumpkin bacterial wilt disease is spread by the feeding activities of striped and spotted cucumber beetles, and the disease induces leaf wilting and browning on one or more vines, streaking, and slime formation and gummy exudates visible on stems, which can lead to plant death. Infected plants become stunted and yellow and the lower leaves dry out over a prolonged period before the plants finally wilt and die (Lum, 1973). Although carnations do not typically die from viral infection, reduced flower quality and production can severely affect marketability and profitability. Nonparasitic diseases are caused by unfavorable en­ vironmental conditions such as drought, temperatures unfavorable for plant growth, and nutrient deficiencies or ex­ cesses in the soil. Once the gingers are infected with bacterial wilt, some disease symptoms can be observed [50] . Vascular tissue degraded by bacterial wilt appears frayed and yellowish. The first symptoms of wilt … 12-28F). All the isolates belonged to genus Streptomyces. It causes loss both through death of the plant and rotting of the fruit. Carnation rust, caused by Uromyces dianthi or Uromyces caryophyllinus, is quite common on carnations. Transfer of partial resistance is difficult owing to its multigenic inheritance. Sclerotia of Rhizoctonia solani can survive for long periods of time in the soil and in plant debris. Plant debris, unclean tools and hands, and nonpasteurized or nonfumigated soils will increase the probability of Rhizoctonia infection. The four most common carnation viruses are carnation streak virus (CSV), carnation mosaic virus (CMV), carnation mottle virus (CMoV), and carnation ringspot virus (CRSV). Maintenance of high soil moisture, however, helps to suppress the incidence of common scab. 0 Staphylococcus epidermidis BC4 isolate and Bacillus amyloliquefaciens BL10 showed significantly lowered incidence of disease than control (Nawangsih et al., 2011). Fusarium roseum survives as a soil saprophyte and can be transmitted by air currents. Elaborate virus indexing programs are employed by specialist propagators to ensure production of virus-free carnation cuttings. High soil moisture and soil temperatures over 75°F contribute to Fusarium stem rot susceptibility. The isolate possesses the potential to be used as a biocontrol agent as well as PGPB. +��(�&���*�nDz*I�ٗ�UI�S>/��Κ�d�� The earliest symptom of bacterial wilt is wilting; the wilt affects one or more branches or the entire plant. In humid or wet weather, slimy masses of bacteria ooze through the cracks to the surface of the stem, from which they are spread to leaves and fruits and cause secondary infections. 0000006562 00000 n Potato production should start with small undamaged tubers, carefully checked by an experienced inspector. H�lTmo�0�ί���4�m޷�R�V]'u�R�IK�����Q�0����� �$��3p���ޢ뫭�{8;�}���l�������� Bacterial wilt is a serious disease for gingers and can cause a massive loss of ginger yield. Stem cracking may also occur. That being said, here are some diseases of ginger you’re likely to encounter in the garden: Bacterial Wilt. Viruses can be kept in check by using clean cuttings from certified virus-free stock plants. There was a significant increase in the activity of peroxidase (POD), polyphenol oxidase (PPO), and phenolics in tomato plants treated with FS67, FS167, and pathogen. Bacterial wilt is most common on older plants and is most severe at high temperatures (75° to 95°F). Nonparasitic diseases are caused by unfavorable en­ vironmental conditions such as drought, temperatures unfavorable for plant growth, and nutrient deficiencies or ex­ cesses in the soil. Initially, the bacterial wilt pathogen was isolated from wilted ginger plants from these geographical locations. Ginger Blast (Known as Bacterial Wilt in Other Countries) Ginger blast is a fatal disease that occurs universally in all ginger-growing areas. Bacterial wilt of tomato/eggplant The initial symptom is a wilting of the terminal leaves, which after 2 - 3 days becomes permanent when the whole plant wilts due to the active development of the disease. Wilt diseases include: Bacterial wilt of cucurbits. cultivation of ginger started during 13th c when Arabs introduced it from India to East Africa. Bacterial wilt of cucurbits is cause by the bacteria Erwinia tracheiphila, it affects cucumber, squash, muskmelon, pumpkin, gourds; certain varieties of cucumber and squash have different degrees of resistance. This fungus enters the stubs left after flower harvest and causes dieback and subsequent girdling of main branches. The endophytic bacterial strains were isolated from healthy tomato explants and their abilities were checked to promote plant growth and suppression bacterial wilt disease. (1999) identified the major QTLs (swl) for Stewart’s resistance on chromosome 1S and a minor QTL on chromosome 9. Dr.John (Jay) Scott Warner, in Tomato Diseases (Second Edition), 2012. Bacterial wilt is a soil and seed borne disease that occurs during south west monsoon. Petal edges appear water-soaked and eventually entire petals and flowers are affected. The genetic diversity of R. solanacearum strains isolated from ginger growing on the Hawaiian island was determined by analysis of AFLPs, which revealed that R. solanacearum strains obtained from ginger grown in Hawaii are genetically distinct from the local strains from tomato (Race 1) and Heliconia (Race 2) (Yu et al., 2003). It is known as Granville wilt when it occurs in tobacco. Very small cankers may occur on stems and leaf veins. 0000004301 00000 n A Review on Ginger Bacterial Wilt Disease and Its Breeding Approaches Abayneh Kacharo Kampe Southern Agricultural Research Institute, Bonga Agricultural Research Center, Bonga, Ethiopia. The younger leaves show wilt and then yellowing and browning in 3–4 days. Miticides are effective in reducing the spread of this pathogen and infected buds should be removed. Carnation ringspot virus (CRSV) shows as irregular yellow or gray spots. High humidity favors greasy blotch. 90 28 )ʒ� �,�ZݚhYvXh $A�}g��N�^hJ��y�H#�H��l��͞����>;���p�y}(x�Z�<1�'����2 Rapid wilting of the green Gibbs, in Encyclopedia of Forest Sciences, 2004. Bacterial wilt of ginger is a very de­ structive, parasitic disease and has been reported from most areas of Hawaii where ginger is grown commercially. Stewart’s bacterial wilt caused by Erwina stewartii, syn. Fungicide drenches are effective, and, as with other pathogens, sanitation and removal of diseased plants are recommended. Planting cuttings too deeply will cause lower leaf abscission, which provides an entrance for the pathogens. Clusters of black spores are evident on infected leaves and stems. Spread of bacterial contamination within seed stocks often occurs during harvesting and grading of tubers. Bacterial wilt by Ralstonia solanacearum Smith. A yellow-green halo then appears around the spots. )I�W%�4u��f~vU���g�D���(�'Z�zgV' !��b�9�a����R�8��"���;��^��h���? Once inside the plant, bacteria enter the vascular system, move and multiply primarily in the xylem vessels, and move out of them into the phloem, pith, and cortex, where they form the large cavities that result in the cankers. It is not unusual for carnations to be infected simultaneously with more than one virus (Lommel et al., 1983). Bacterial wilt of ginger is caused by the bacterium R. solanacearum biovar III (Smith) Yabuuchi, which is one of the important rhizome-borne diseases affecting ginger in the field. 0000003649 00000 n x�b```b``�a`2N13 �0P���c#���=@���/��1�Fn�VpH�Iu��r�I��FAAc�4�6 �d`��HK �XD���}���@�x��X����t�:�? diseases are caused by fungi, bacteria, viruses, and nematodes. Ambayeba Muimba-Kankolongo, in Food Crop Production by Smallholder Farmers in Southern Africa, 2018. Overhead watering should be avoided and temperatures maintained for optimal carnation, and not Alternaria, development. 0000004544 00000 n 0000002723 00000 n Seed rhizomes are to be selected from disease free gardens since the disease is also seed borne. Plants appear distorted due to the wilt. Traditionally, ginger is cultivated in previously fallowed soil or on virgin soil. 0000008905 00000 n A weakly pathogenic strain of R. solanacearum isolated from ginger was shown to differ from a local tomato strain in cross-inoculation studies. Discoloration of the vascular tissues extends all the way to the fruits, both outward toward the surface and inward toward the seeds, and small dark cavities may develop in the centers of such fruits. As it is usual to apply fungicides to control late blight up to 4–12 times/season, considerable crop damage can be done if extreme care is not exercised. 0000008088 00000 n Commonly, carnations are grown in raised benches or in artificial media to eliminate this source of contamination. 12-28B). Some primary infections result from spread of the bacteria from the seed to cotyledons or leaves, but most infections result from the penetration of bacteria through wounds of roots, stems, leaves, and fruits during transplanting, from windblown rain, and from cultural practices such as tying and suckering of tomatoes. Ralstonia solanacearum is one of the most important causative agents of bacterial wilt diseases in Solanaceaeus plants. Bacterial wilt in carnations is caused by Pseudomonas caryophylli in a synergistic relationship with Corynebacterium. Carnation mosaic virus (CMV) is characterized by leaf mottle, irregular light green blotches on the leaves, and vein paralleling in the flowers. The presence of decayed mother or progeny tubers can hardly be avoided and results in the contamination of equipment with bacteria-laden tuber debris. Less pervasive, bacterial spot - caused by several species of Xanthomonas - is nevertheless a major disease. 0000007300 00000 n Biovars 1 and 3 are able to infect Eucalyptus and race 1 has been recorded from all the areas where the disease occurs on Eucalyptus. Bacterial exudation can also be seen from the cut surfaces of the stems. Bacterial wilt and canker of tomato caused by Clavibacter michiganense subsp. startxref %PDF-1.4 %���� Figure 1. Antagonistic strains XB86, XB169, XB177, and XB200 expressed biocontrol efficacy greater than 85% against bacterial wilt and stimulated up to 22% increase in shoot length in eggplant in the greenhouse experiment (Achari and Ramesh, 2014) (Fig. 0000004077 00000 n The disease was brought from China into Australia on latently infected rhizomes, and possibly also with associated soil. Like most cultivated crops, ginger is affected by biotic and abiotic factors in different parts of the world. 0000005879 00000 n However, the wilt will become permanent later on, causing plants to yellow and die. On cuttings, Fusarium stem rot causes basal stem rot, and reddish lesions are evident at the cutting base. Keeping the foliage dry, venting, and maintaining optimum temperatures reduces rust infection. 0000001139 00000 n Wet harvest conditions exacerbate tuber damage and spread of inoculum. For the first 10–14 days after harvest, potato storage temperature should be modulated to promote wound healing. Wilting of one or a few leaves constitutes the first symptom of this disease, and this and the collapse of vines can often be confused with the effects of other disorders. Phialophora wilt, caused by Phialophora cinerescens, is evident as a pale green discoloration of the leaf margins that may subsequently turn red. Oxygen depletion can be favourable for growth of soft rot bacteria and be inhibitory to the resistance response of tubers. Bacteria overwinter in or on seeds and, in some areas, in plant refuse in the soil. Large-scale field evaluation and detailed knowledge on antagonistic mechanism have been provided as an effective biocontrol solution for bacterial wilt of solanaceous plants (Ramesh et al., 2009). The symptoms are raised circular lesions with central depressions surrounded by a yellowish ring. Control other pests that create injuries in ginger plants, such as the lesser corn stalk borer (Elasmopalpus lignosellus). Ginger is an extremely acid-tolerant species with a minimum pH tolerance of 3.3 ( Islam et al., 1980 ). 0000002882 00000 n The research presented in this volume reveals a pathogen on the move, with a growing global profile. The disease appears as spots on leaves, stems, and fruits and as wilting of the leaves and shoots (Fig. Fertilization should be optimized to promote healthy plant growth. Until 2001, the banana bacterial wilt, caused by the bacterium Xanthomonas campestris pv. In longitudinal sections of infected stems, vascular tissues show a brown discoloration, while large cavities are present in the pith and in the cortex and extend to the outer surface of the stem, where they form the cankers (Figs. Ventilation and fungicides are effective control measures. Steam pasteurization is effective in reducing Phialophora. Botrytis cinererea causes Botrytis flower blight of carnation. However, spores are transmitted by wind and can infect raised benches or artificial media. B) BACTERIAL DISEASES: 3. and seed-borne disease. In India, this disease has been found in all major ginger-growing states and is particularly severe in hot and humid southern states (ambient temperature varying between 28°C and 30°C), as well as in the cold high-altitude Eastern Himalayan state of Sikkim (ambient temperature is 7–22°C), where ginger farming in the Northern and Eastern districts has been severely affected by bacterial wilt during the last decade. Then the whole plants wilt and die suddenly. These geographical, micro-, and macroclimatic variations and differences in the method of ginger production in these locations did not deter the severity of bacterial wilt in the Indian subcontinent. Interestingly, biovar IV was rarely encountered in both the locations compared with biovar III. Cuttings from stock plants maintained with high nitrogen levels are also more susceptible. Symptom: Courtesy Tom A. Zitter at Cornell University. 0000004042 00000 n 0000004774 00000 n Ginger wilt, caused by a bacterium known as Ralstonia solanacearum (Smith) Yabuuchi, is the most limiting factor in the production of culinary gin- ger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) in Hawaii. These isolates were phenotypically and genotypically compared with 13 other strains isolated from Kerala and Karnataka, in the southern states of India. Eventually, the whole plant wilts and collapses. 0000001308 00000 n 12-28). The vascular tissue becomes brown. Bacterial wilt is a major problem in the production of ginger and other vegetable crops, owing to the wider host range and genetic variability that it exhibits. 12-28). Temperatures in the range of 75° to 95°F promote Alternaria growth. Endophytic bacteria inhibit the pathogenesis of Ralstonia sp., over the Solanaceus plants. Wilting and chlorosis are later symptoms. The plants are continuously checked for trueness to type, productivity, pathogens, and viruses. It is the most important soilborne plant pathogens causing bacterial wilt in over 200 families of plant kingdom, including tomatoes, potatoes, bell pepper, and eggplant, and reduce their productivity and yield (Huang et al., 2013). (F) Tomato fruit showing white and brownish spots in response to infection by this bacterium. Poor aeration and drainage and overwatering are also conducive to Fusarium infection. In India, biovar III causes rapid wilt in ginger within five to seven days after infection under artificial stem inoculation and seven to ten days under soil inoculation of the pathogen (Kumar and Sarma, 2004). Keeping the foliage dry, avoiding overhead water, and applying fungicide will inhibit carnation ring spot problems. Caused by a bacteria that enters the vascular tissue of ginger plants and multiplies until the shoots and leaves are unable to get enough water and nutrients to survive, bacterial wilt is evident by signs of water stress despite adequate watering and leaves yellowing from bottom to top. Queensland Journal of Agricultural and Animal Sciences 24: 1-5. Incidence of bacterial wilt noticed in such fields is one of the indirect evidences of the rhizome-borne nature of R. solanacearum in ginger. Some resistant varieties are available and some of them are quite effective in controlling the disease. Zygophiala (greasy blotch) dissolves the leaf cuticle and causes small oily, radiating patterns to develop on leaves and stems of carnations. Plants infected with Rhizoctonia will appear pale green and wilted. Pseudomonas carophylli and Fusarium oxysporum f. dianthi can survive in the soil for 5 to 10 years. Pest control is important, however, as fungal infections, nematode damage and insect feeding sites allow entry of bacterial pathogens. }4x�DG�Ē x�6r3�=h��@���؞[2���` �|l�4#�? P. mossellii and P. fluorescence strains significantly reduced bacterial wilt disease under greenhouse condition. Bacterial wilt is mainly caused by Enterobacteriaceae, Erwinia tracheophyta, and Burkholderiaceae, Ralstonia solanacearum. 4.1. The final, bird's-eye-like appearance of the spots, which have brownish centers and white halos around them, is quite characteristic of the disease (Fig. Steam pasteurization, clean tools, removal of plant debris, good drainage, low medium temperatures, drenching of newly planted carnations, and regular fungicide sprays on stock plants will reduce the incidence of Fusarium stem rot. Leaf streaking is often observed, and leaf margins may be wavy or irregular in shape. This disease was first described in Brazil and later in China, Taiwan, Australia, Venezuela, and South Africa. In humid tropical regions, one of the most common diseases is bacterial wilt (Ralstonia solanacearum - the Latin name has changed since the last edition of this book by D. Blancard). Tools and hands should be cleaned and disinfected prior to handling cuttings or established plants, and all diseased plants should be destroyed. Disinfection of hands and sterilization of tools reduce virus transfer. Low nitrogen content will make the crop susceptible to infection, whereas high nitrogen levels will result in a high nitrate content that promotes multiplication of erwinias (Smid et al., 1993). During harvesting and grading, a high percentage of tubers are damaged or bruised and become particularly susceptible to infection from contaminated equipment (Pérombelon and Kelman, 1980). Ginger bacterial wilt is the most destructive disease that causes qualitative and quantitative rhizome yield losses in Ethiopia. It colonises the xylem, causing bacterial wilt in a very wide range of potential host plants. ], Food Crop Production by Smallholder Farmers in Southern Africa. Fusarium oxysporum is regarded as the most devastating fungal pathogen affecting carnations. was recorded as the most efficient among the endophytic actinomycetes isolates for the management of bacterial wilt pathogen under in vitro conditions (Sreeja, 2012). Ginger bacterial wilt, which is caused by Ralstonia solanacearum, is an important soil-borne disease of ginger (Ming et al., 2005). Ginger blast bacterial diseases. K. Jacobs, ... J.N. The main cause of this disease is Ralstonia solanacearum. Fig. Eventually, the spots expand and coalesce, and the interiors of the lesion appear sunken and brownish-gray. Pantoea stewartii, is increasing day by day because of favorable weather and resistant hybrids. Shoot tips or meristems are excised from certified clean plants and propagated for the nucleus stock block. Bronze colouration on leaf margins is also observed and the leaves slowly become flaccid with intense yellowish bronze colour and ultimately droop down exhibiting typical wilt symptoms (Plate 3a). 0000000016 00000 n By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. The blight is common during the storage of cut carnations and affects the petals. Spots become more prevalent and lower leaves may become chlorotic and die. In all, 167 bacteria were isolated from the xylem of healthy eggplant, chili, and Solanum torvum Sw. High biocontrol and PGB activities were noticed for strains of Staphylococcus sp., Bacillus sp., Streptomyces sp., Enterobacter sp., and Agrobacterium sp. Bacterial wilt of ginger showing foliar symptoms. When plants are attacked at fruiting stage, the fingers appear to ripen prematurely due to rotting of the pulp. The strains were isolated on CPG agar and identified by PCR-based assay using universal Rs-specific primers which produced a single 280 bp amplicon specific for R. solanacearum. (E) Tomato stem cut slanted perpendicularly to show discoloration of vessels. Jan M. van der Wolf, Solke H. De Boer, in Potato Biology and Biotechnology, 2007. The nomenclature of the bacteria in question has changed, and four new types have been identified since 1990. x�bb�c`b``Ũ � � � Heterosporium echinulatum causes carnation ring spot or fairy ring. xref Fungicides will control Alternaria, but benomyl increases the susceptibility of carnations to Alternaria attack. High humidity causes moisture to collect in the opening flower and provides a favorable environment for the development of the pathogen. Streptomyces sp. endstream endobj 107 0 obj<>stream %%EOF ... Ralstonia solanac earu m Y abuuchi causes bacterial wild disease in ginger. Life Cycle of Bacterial Wilt These bacteria cannot live in a dry atmosphere. Hayward A. C., Moffett M. L. and Pegg K. G. (1967) Bacterial wilt in ginger in Queensland. The disease was responsible for a 45 percent statewide production loss of the ginger crop in 1993. Bacterial wilt or Prem Rog : Ralstonia solanacearum. More research and development in this area are needed. R. solanacearum is soil-borne and motile with a polar flagellar tuft. Infected trees may die within 6 months of showing the first signs of infection. Alternaria dianthi thrives in dead plant material and can be spread by overhead or splashing water. The Sim cultivars are very susceptible to Fusarium, however, resistant spray and standard carnation cultivars are commercially available. 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