Pantoea stewartii (stewart's wilt of corn, bacterial wilt of maize )
Pantoea stewartii
stewart's wilt of corn, bacterial wilt of maize
Aplanobacter stewartia, Bacillus stewartii, Bacterium stewartia, Erwinia stewartia, Pantoea stewartii subsp. Indologenes, Pantoea stewartii subsp. stewartii, Phytomonas stewartii, Pseudobacterium stewartii, Pseudomonas stewartii, Xanthomonas stewartii
Africa: Benin, Togo. Asia: China, India, Jordan, Malaysia, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam. Europe: Italy, Russia, Slovenia. Americas: Canada, USA, Costa Rica, Mexico, Argentina, Bolivia, Guyana, Peru.
Widespread but not a lot in the northwest.
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China, Mexico, South Korea, Vietnam
Zea mays, all subspecies and types. Experimental inoculations into grasses, sudan grass and wheat
Formerly Erwinia stewartii, this is an enterobacterial plant pathogen that causes Stewart’s wilt of maize. It is considered native to the Americas and has been introduced to other parts of the world by infested maize seeds (ERWIST-10).