What is Pierce's Disease?
Pierce’s Disease is a bacterial infection, which is spread by bugs that feed on grapevines, particularly the "glassy winged sharpshooter." Grapevines that become infected with PD can quickly become sick and die.
|Published Date||Title||Publication||Author List|
|Feb. 1, 2008||Molecular characterization of gonatocerus tuberculifemur (ogloblin) (hymenoptera : mymaridae), a prospective homalodisca vitripennis (germar) (hemiptera : cicadellidae) biological control candidate agent from south america: divergent clades||Bulletin of entomological research||de Leon, JH; Logarzo, GA; Triapitsyn, SV;|
|Dec. 1, 2007||Suitability of different host plants for nymphs of the sharpshooter tapajosa rubromarginata (hemiptera : cicadellidae : proconinii)||Florida entomologist||Virla, EG; Cangemi, L; Logarzo, GA;|
|June 1, 2011||New records on the geographical distribution of south american sharpshooters (cicadellidae: cicadellinae: proconiini) and their potential as vectors of xylella fastidiosa||Florida entomologist||Dellape, G; Logarzo, GA; Virla, EG; Paradell, SL;|
|Feb. 1, 2012||Host range of gonatocerus sp near tuberculifemur 'clade 1' in argentina, an egg parasitoid newly associated to the glassy-winged sharpshooter, homalodisca vitripennis (hemiptera: cicadellidae), and candidate for its biological control in california, usa||Biocontrol||Logarzo, GA; Virla, EG; Albarracin, EL; Triapitsyn, SV; Jones, WA; de Leon, JH; Briano, JA;|