Ailantex® war in Österreich als Herbizid mit der Pfl.Reg.Nr. 4280-0 nach Art. 53 der VO (EG) 1107/2009 in Forst, Zierpflanzen- und Weinbau
von 04.05.2021 - 31.08.2021 und in Nichtkulturland (Wege und Plätze, Gleisanlagen und landwirtschaftlich nicht genutzte Flächen) von 15.04.2021-30.06.2021 und 01.09.2021-13.10.2021 zugelassen.
Derzeit besteht keine Zulassung, weshalb das Produkt weder in Verkehr gebracht, gelagert noch angewandt werden darf.
Ailantex® was approved in Austria from 15.04. – 13.10.2021 according to Art. 53 of Regulation (EC) 1107/2009 (Pfl.Reg.Nr. 4580-0).
There is currently no authorisation, therefore the product may not be placed on the market, stored or used.
a natural antagonist of Ailanthus altissima (Tree of Heaven)
Extremely invasive neophyte - listed as invasive alien species of Union concern according to commission implementing regulation (EU) 2019/1262
Strong presence in urban areas and along traffic routes
May cause significant damage to buildings and infrastructure
Can grow in poor soil fertility
Rapid growth in early development
Develops sprouts and root suckers
Early and abundant fructification
Impairs growth of other plants by the excretion of allelopathic (growth-inhibiting) substances.
May cause allergic reactions
Almost no natural antagonists present in Europe
A natural antagonist
Soil fungus causing Verticillium wilt
Pathogenic effect on Ailanthus
Very narrow host spectrum
Virulent strain could be isolated
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Maschek, O.; Halmschlager, E.: Effects of Verticillium nonalfalfae on Ailanthus altissima and associated indigenous and invasive tree species in eastern Austria. EUR J FOREST RES. 2018; 137(2): 197-209. FullText
Maschek, O.; Halmschlager, E.: Natural distribution of Verticillium wilt on invasive Ailanthus altissima in eastern Austria and its potential for biocontrol. FOREST PATHOL. 2017; 47(5): FullText
Maschek, O.; Halmschlager, E.: A rapid, reliable and less-destructive method for stem inoculations on trees. FOREST PATHOL. 2016; 46(2): 171-173. FullText
Maschek, O.; Halmschlager, E.: First Report of Verticillium Wilt on Ailanthus altissima in Europe Caused by Verticillium nonalfalfae. PLANT DIS. 2016; 100(2): 529-529. FullText
Disease progression of the Tree of Heaven
Partially withered plants
After infection, fungal spores of Verticillium nonalfalfae are distributed in the sap stream. Germinated spores in turn form local mycelium aggregations, which release enzymes and toxins into the water transport tissue. This leads to withering and subsequent decay of the plants. The first symptoms can occur 4 - 6 weeks after inoculation if applied early and under favourable conditions. In the case of large trees, the effect is usually only visible in the following year. The fungus can also spread into neighbouring shoots if they are connected to an infected tree by root runners.
Non-cultivated land, such as
Railway tracks or
Areas not used for agricultural purposes (eg. pipeline routes)
Ornamentals plant cultivation, including parks and paths
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