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Pineapple black rot, also known as butt rot, base rot, or white blister, is a disease caused by Ceratocystis paradoxa (Dade) Moreau (Anamorph: Thielaviopsis paradoxa<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref> (De Seyenes) Höhnel) is the most common and well-known post-harvest disease of the pineapple fruit which is responsible for serious losses in the fresh pineapple fruit world industry.

The disease is widespread and one of the common and destructive pineapple diseases in the world. It occurs in the field and normally remains quiescent or especially appears during harvest and marketing. The disease is a universal fresh-fruit problem but normally not a problem with processed fruit, because times from harvest to processing are too short for infection although it occurs in the field when fruit is injured or over-ripped in a poor-drained soil.


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Pineapple black rot, also known as butt rot, base rot, or white blister, is a disease caused by Ceratocystis paradoxa (Dade) Moreau (Anamorph: Thielaviopsis paradoxa<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=web }}</ref> (De Seyenes) Höhnel) is the most common and well-known post-harvest disease of the pineapple fruit which is responsible for serious losses in the fresh pineapple fruit world industry.

The disease is widespread and one of the common and destructive pineapple diseases in the world. It occurs in the field and normally remains quiescent or especially appears during harvest and marketing. The disease is a universal fresh-fruit problem but normally not a problem with processed fruit, because times from harvest to processing are too short for infection although it occurs in the field when fruit is injured or over-ripped in a poor-drained soil.


Pineapple black rot sections
Intro   Disease symptoms    Disease management   References  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Disease symptoms
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