The UK's Chief Plant Health Officer released a statement in February 2021, stating that new Xylella measures are to come into force on the 4th of March 2021.
Xylella is on the verge of spreading to areas which are home to monumental olive trees, some of which are more than a 1,000-years old. Click here to learn more.
Take a look at the top seven things that happened with Xylella fastidiosa in the year 2020. Let us know if you have items to add into the list! Click here.
Ever heard of Xylella fastidiosa? It's one of the most threatening pathogens to global plant health. It deserves your undivided attention. Click here to learn.
25th November 2020 - BIOVEXO project, presented by consortium partner ACIES Bio, wins at the 2nd Agribusiness High-tech competition and the Farm2Fork hackathon event.
Now that Xylella is making headlines all over the world, there is this one question which still baffles all. This question is in fact one of the most searched online phrases regarding the topic of Xylella. Yes, believe it or not it is indeed - how to pronounce Xylella?
In August 2020, the ''olive killer'' was confirmed by the regional plant protection services of the French Ministry of Agriculture and Food.
Threat of Xylella - Is it really that conspicuous? For the last decade, Xylella fastidiosa has become known among farmers and plant pathologists as one of the most important issues which threatens global plant health.
What is Xylella fastidiosa? Xylella fastidiosa is a plant pathogen transmitted by xylem feeding insects, which causes a serious disease in a range of plants.
Is your plant looking unhealthy? These are the top 9 Xylella fastidiosa symptoms you should know about. If you see any of these, your plant might have Xylella!