Pantoea stewartii, more commonly known as Stewart's Bacterial Wilt, is primarily transmitted by insect vectors that overwinter the pathogen and then spread it during the growing season. It may also be transmitted in seed, and occasionally overwinters in soil, manure or maize stalks.
This bacterial disease can cause wilting and leaf blight in corn.
Standard Turnaround Time
|15 working days|
|Validated EPPO method|
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