|Author (Corporate)||European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)|
|Series Title||Press Release|
A study released in March 2016 confirmed that Xylella fastidiosa was responsible for the disease that was destroying olive trees in southern Italy.
Oleander and myrtle-leaf milkwort seemed to succumb to the Apulian strain of the bacterium, while citrus, grapevine and holm oak appeared to be resistant.
|Subject Categories||Business and Industry|
|Countries / Regions||Europe, Italy|