Citrus Greening Disease – A major cause of citrus decline in the world: A Review
A. Batool, Y. Iftikhar, M.S. Mughal, M.M. Khan, J.M. Jaskani, M. Abbas, A.I. Khanhttps://doi.org/10.17221/1897-HORTSCICitation:Batool A., Iftikhar Y., Mughal M.S., Khan M.M., Jaskani J.M., Abbas M., Khan A.I. (2007): Citrus Greening Disease – A major cause of citrus decline in the world: A Review. Hort. Sci. (Prague), 34: 159-166.
Citrus Greening Disease (CGD) was critically reviewed with respect to its history, origin, symptomatology, host range, pathogenic association, identification and detection, transmission and management. It is evident that the citrus disease has emerged as a potential serious threat to citrus production in all the citrus growing countries of the world including Pakistan. It is has been proved that in Pakistan the greening disease is the major cause of citrus decline; hence it is necessary to formulate definite planning and strategies.
citrus greening disease; citrus decline; symptomatology; protection