Exotic Pest Reporting
Christopher Hogger, Swiss Federal Research Station for Agroecology and Agriculture, Bugwood.org
Pale cyst nematode
Pale cyst nematode (Globodera pallida) is a nematode pest of potatoes and tomatoes. It is a native of South America and was first detected in Idaho in 2006.
The Idaho infestation is under eradication. If not controled this nematode may cause significant yield reductions and export exclusion. The USDA and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency have established guidelines for trade that address G. palida infestations.
09/19/2018 - Federal Domestic Soil Quarantines Map
02/05/2016 - US (ID): Crops contaminated by potato pest treatment
01/29/2015 - NAPPO Phytosanitary Alert System
04/02/2014 - Nematode threat to Scottish potato production
02/21/2014 - Idaho Considers Permitting Invasive Plants
02/07/2014 - Special-Needs Label Retains PCN Programs Best Tool
01/13/2014 - Dutch Lead the Way in Potato Cyst Nematode Control
01/08/2014 - Additional PCN associated field deregulated
01/03/2014 - Additional PCN Associated Field Deregulated
01/03/2014 - DEPI - Potato Cyst Nematode