Fabraea maculata

Fabraea Leaf Spot – Fabraea maculata

The disease, also called Entomosporium Leaf Spot, is common in nurseries and orchards. The fungus parasitizes on quince trees and pear trees, and more rarely on apple trees, medlar trees or rowan trees. In years with frequent rainfalls during summer, the disease becomes very harmful in the nurseries.

Monilinia fructigena

Brown rot – Monilinia fructigena

The disease affects over 40 plant species from different families, but is more threatening for the apple and pear tree. The brown rot disease causes damages to the fruits closer to their maturity and the late infestations which happen during harvesting occur in storehouses.