This disease can also affect field crops, however the damage is significant while the tubercles are stored.
Plum Pox – Plum pox virus
This is the most dangerous plum tree diseases as it produces a lot of damage to the crop and it affects a lot of European countries.
Apple Mosaic Virus
This virus has been detected in numerous types of apples, but also in the vegetative rootstocks. Besides the apple, other trees can also be affected, such as: peach, plum, etc.
Corn Smut – Ustilago maydis
This disease is frequent for the corn crops, causing around 2-5% damage of the total annual harvest.
Loose smuts of Oats – Ustilago avenae
This is one of the most common oat diseases and it can affect around 10-15% of the crop, unless the seeds are treated.
Covered Smut of Barley – Ustilago hordei
This disease affects the autumn and spring barley, regardless of the areas where it is grown.
Loose Smut of Barley – Ustilago nuda
This disease has been signaled in all areas where barley is grown.
Loose Smut of Wheat – Ustilago tritici
This disease has been signaled in are areas where the wheat plant is grown. It normally affects around 1-5% of the crop.
Plum rust – Tranzschelia pruni-spinosae
This disease is widely spread in all areas where plums are grown and it has been rarely reported on the apricot, peach or almond.
Rose rust – Phragmidium disciflorum
This disease is common for both rose crops and wild roses belonging to the Rosa family.
Sunflower rust – Puccinia helianthi
This disease can be encountered in all areas where the sunflower in grown, causing significant damage during the years that have cold and rainy summers.
Wheat black rust – Puccinia graminis
This disease is also called: Stem Rust, Wheat Stem Rust, or Black Stem Rust. It is widely spread in all countries that grow wheat and it is considered one of the most damaging diseases of this plant.