Florent Trouillas

Assistant Cooperative Extension Specialist
Plant Pathology - CAES
9240 South Riverbend Avenue
Parlier, CA 93648
(559) 646-6566
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Dr. Florent Trouillas is a fruit and nut crop pathology specialist. His research program aims to understand current as well as emerging diseases of major fruit and nut crops, and deliver efficient and innovative control strategies. His research includes basic and applied studies on the etiology, biology, epidemiology and control of fruit and nut crop diseases.


Ph. D. Plant Pathology, University of California, Davis. 2009


Fruit and Nut Crops

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Peer Reviewed

  • Gubler, WD; Rolshausen, PE, et al. (2013). Eutypa dieback. Grape Pest Management.L. Bettiga.
  • FP., Trouillas; F, Peduto, et al. (2012). "Calosphaeria canker of sweet cherry caused by Calosphaeria pulchella in California and Australia." Plant Disease 96: 648-658.
  • Trouillas, FP; Gubler, WD (2010). "Host range, biological variation and phylogenetic diversity of Eutypa lata in California." Phytopathology 100: 1048-1056.
  • EA, Weber; FP, Trouillas, et al. (2007). "Double Pruning of Grapevines: A Cultural Practice to Reduce Infections by Eutypa lata." Am. J. Enol. Vitic 58: 61-66.

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