Impact of meteorological factors on citrus greening in Chau Thanh district, Hau Giang province

Keywords

bệnh greening
độ ẩm
lượng mưa
nhiệt độ
số giờ nắng citrus greening
humidity
precipitation
sunny hour
temperature

Abstract

Citrus greening occurs and causes devastative damage in major citrus cultivating areas worldwide. This paper assesses the correlations between the meteorology factors and the occurrence and damage of citrus greening at the study site. The meteorology factors, including maximum, average, and minimum air temperature, maximum, average, and minimum air humidity, precipitation, and sunny hours, substantially affect the percentage of infected citrus-cultivated areas with the highest correlation coefficient ranging from 0.32 to 0.68. The minimum air humidity, maximum air temperature, and maximum air humidity play an essential role in predicting citrus greening occurrence and damage. Therefore, these factors should be given priority in managing citrus greening.

https://doi.org/10.26459/hueunijard.v131i3A.6401

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