Pantoea agglomerans

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Pantoea agglomerans (Ewing and Fife 1972) Gavini et al. 1989

This bacterium is widely distributed and has been found associated with many plants, both as an epiphyte and a disease-causing endophyte. Infected crops include for example beet (inducing tumors), cotton and rice (palea browning). It infects various other crops, and different pathovars have been described. It can be further a human pathogen and an antagonist against plant diseases, see Pantoea agglomerans (antagonist).

Synonyms:
Erwinia mangiferae
Enterobacter agglomerans
Erwinia herbicola