Phytophthora rapid test – Single
Minimum order of 5 units required for PD51125
|Price per unit|
|Code||Product||5 to 19||20 to 39||40 plus|
|PD51125||Phytophthora (single test)||£9.50||£8.85||£8.09|
|Code||Product||1 to 4||5 plus|
|PD51126||Phytophthora (box of 50)||£390.00||£369.60||Order|
About our Phytophthora rapid test
The Pocket Diagnostic® Phytophthora rapid test is a genus-specific test designed for the in-field detection of many Phytophthora species including Phytophthora ramorum (Sudden oak death), Phytophthora infestans (Blight, Late blight), Phytophthora kernoviae, Phytophthora lateralis, Phytophthora cinnamomi, Phytophthora cactorum and others.
When using our test you can detect Phytophthora in a wide range of plant material, including woody tissues, leaves, roots and soft material.
Our Phytophthora rapid test utilises lateral flow technology to easily and reliably detect Phytophthora spp in a matter of minutes: the speed of results, therefore, allows for faster decision making in the event of a positive test result. This is why government inspectors, advisers, growers and plant disease experts all over the world use this test during their routine plant disease management.
The benefits of using the Pocket Diagnostic® Phytophthora test include:
- – Rapid results, less than 10 minutes
- – Portable, in-field use
- – Simple user process
- – No training required
- – Faster decision making
How to use Pocket Diagnostic® Rapid Tests
Using the tests is simple. All you have to do is:
- – break up some plant material
- – add the sample to the buffer bottle
- – shake the buffer bottle (includes ball bearings)
- – allow the plant material to settle in the bottle
- – use the pipette provided to add liquid to the test
If you would like more information on how to operate these handy tests, there is a great video on our ‘How to use’ page of one of our tests being used.
Read the user instructions provided before using the tests.
When ordering online you have the option of paying with a credit or debit card or via bank transfer. Just simply select the credit card or direct bank transfer options during checkout.
If you would prefer to order by alternative methods, you can order by one of the following options.
We have the ability to take credit/debit card payments over the phone. To order by phone please call +44 (0) 1904 406080.
For new customers and customers who prefer to order by bank transfer please send proforma requests, along with a company purchase order, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ordering on account with credit is only available to eligible customers. For information about account ordering eligibility please contact us on email@example.com.
- 1 x Phytophthora rapid test device,
- x sample extraction bottle,
- 1 x pipette
- 1 x Instructions for use
Delivery and Contact Details
We normally ship tests within 48 hours but please allow up to 10 working days for delivery of orders.
In addition, to ensure orders arrive on time and do not get lost, all UK and International Pocket Diagnostic® shipments are dispatched using tracked mailing methods. Non-tracked shipping methods (UK only) are available. Please contact a member of our team for assistance.
Note: The customer (outside EU) is responsible for having any applicable import licences/permits in place prior to purchase and shipping.Phone: +44 (0) 1904 406 060 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Phytophthora spp.
Phytophthora spp. is a serious fungus-like pathogen of which there are many species, affecting numerous plant hosts. Diseases caused by this pathogen include ramorum blight, potato late blight, tomato late blight, dieback and sudden oak death.
The Pocket Diagnostic® Phytophthora rapid test kit has been independently validated using the European and Mediterranean Plant Protection (EPPO) standards.
Phytophthora features on the UK Plant Health Risk Register and the European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organisation (EPPO) A2 List of pests recommended for regulation as quarantine pests.
Finally, it is important to note that if an outbreak of Phytophthora is discovered in UK and Europe it is the responsibility of the person who discovers the outbreak to inform the relevant local or national plant pathogen authorities. No legal action will be taken upon discovery of Phytophthora. The authorities only require notification in order to advise and help with removing the disease.