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Name of analyse/service Price, €
Bacteriological analyses
Potato ring rot (Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. sepedonicus) 1 sample – 200 tubers c 64,80
Potato brown rot (Ralstonia solanacearum) 1 sample – 200 tubers c 64,80
Fireblight (Erwinia amylovora) 73,00
Bacterial angular leaf spot of strawberry (Xanthomonas fragariae) from plants 62,10
Bacterial angular leaf spot of strawberry (Xanthomonas fragariae) from frigo plants 82,80
Detection of Phytoplasma Candidatus phytoplasma mali (Apple proliferation phytoplasma) and Candidatus phytoplasma pyri (Pear decline phtytoplasma) by PCR-method   1-sample 85,00
Detection of Phytoplasma Candidatus phytoplasma mali (Apple proliferation phytoplasma) and Candidatus phytoplasma pyri (Pear decline phtytoplasma) by PCR-method 1 monitoring – 50 samples 569,30
Candidatus liberibacter solanacearum – (from potato, carrot, celery) by PCR-method, 1 sample 94,50
Candidatus liberibacter solanacearum – (from insect vectors with entomological analysis) by PCR-method, 1 sample 130,00
Other bacteriological analysis by inoculation, IF- or PCR methods and sequencinga 85,00
Virological analyses b
by ELISA-method:
One potato virus, 1 sample 220 tubers c 227,60
One additional virus from the same sample, 1 sample 220 tubers c 107,70
One potato virus, 1 sample 220 tubers grouped by 4 c 107,30
One additional virus from the same sample, 1 sample 220 tubers grouped by 4 c 51,15
One potato virus, 1 sample 110 tubers 120,00
One additional virus from the same sample, 1 sample 110 tubers 60,00
One potato virus, 1 sample 110 tubers grouped by four 71,20
One additional virus from the same sample, 1 sample 110 tubers grouped by 4 36,00
One potato virus, 1 sample 200 leaves 202,70
One additional virus from the same sample, 1 sample 200 leaves 101,00
One potato virus, 1 sample 90 leaves 109,00
One additional virus from the same sample, 1 sample 90 leaves 55,00
One plant virus monitoring up to 77 samples 300,15
by Real-Time -RT-PCR-method:
One plant virus 1 sample 87,90
One additional virus from the same sample, 1 sample 43,40
One plant virus, monitoring 50 samples 351,90
One additional virus from the same sample, monitoring 50 samples 165,60
One plant virus, monitoring 50 samples grouped by 4 175,90
One additional virus from the same sample, monitoring 50 samples grouped by 4 82,80
One potato virus directly from the tuber, 1 sample 100 tubers grouped by 10 131,40
One additional virus from the same sample,1 sample 100 tubers grouped by 10 71,60
by PCR/RT-PCR method:
Pepino Mosaic virus (PepMV) from tomato seeds, 1 sample 103,50
One plant virus, 1 sample 69,50
One additional virus from the same sample, 1 sample 35,30
One plant virus, up to 10 samples 273,60
One additional virus from the same sample,10 samples 136,80
One plant virus up to 20 samples 468,20
One additional virus from the same sample, 20 samples 234,00
One plant virus up to 40 samples 812,40
One additional virus from the same sample, 40 samples 406,00
One plant virus up to 50 samples 969,30
One additional virus from the same sample, 50 samples 485,00
Plant viruses with multiplex method: CMV, INSV, TSWV, AMV and HVX, 1 sample 62,80
Plant viruses with multiplex method: CMV, INSV, TSWV, AMV and HVX, up to 10 samples 239,40
Entomological analyses
Entomological analysis (1 sample = 1 sticky trap or 1-10 insects) 35,00
Pine moth (Dendrolimus sp) up to 5 insects 45,00
Pine moth (Dendrolimus sp) up to 10 insects 83,00
Nematological analyses
Potato cyst nematoode from tubers and soil (Globodera pallida, Globodera rostochiensis) (1 soil sample 250 ml) 19,40
Potato cyst nematoode from soil or peat (Globodera pallida, Globodera rostochiensis) (1 sample up to 500 ml) 41,90
Identification of potato cyst nematode species (Globodera pallida, Globodera rostochiensis) by PCR method 46,70
Free-living nematodes from plant tissues, leaves, buds, stems, soil and peat (pine wood nematode, potato tuber nematode, stem and bulb eelworm etc) 42,00
Pine wood nematode from longhorn beetles body (included identification of longhorn beetles to species) 51,00
Mycological analyses
Tilletia indica 35,45
Potato wart disease (Synchytrium endobioticum) from the soil 27,25
Sudden oak death (Phytophthora ramorum) 67,45
Phytophthora kernoviae 67,45
Phytophthora fragariae by ELISA and biomethod, 1 monitoring up to 77 samples 656,20
Phytophthora fragariae by PCR and biomethod, 1 sample 51,75
Colletotrichum acutatum by ELISA and biomethod, 1 monitoring up to 77 samples 1088,75
Gibberella circinata (Fusarium circinatum) 63,40
Mycosphaerella pini / Mycosphaerella dearnessii 67,30
Other mycoloical analysis by biomethod and/or microscoping 56,95
Weed detection 15,00
Primary detection of plant diseases and pests 32,70
PCR analysis for identification of nematodes, insects or fungi by sequencing 76,00
Microbiological analyses
Butyric acid bacteria (Clostridium spores) 14,30
Denitrifying bacteria on Hiltay medium 14,50
Yeasts and moulds (total count) 10,00
Total bacterial count 8,50
Aerobic sporulating bacteria (Bacillus spp. spores) 9,90
Fusarium sp on Nash and Snyder medium 15,10
Actinomycetes on starch-ammonium agar 15,10
Azotobacter on Ashby medium 15,10
Sulfate reducing bacteria on Starkey medium 14,00
Lactic acid bacteria (Lactobacillusspp.) 9,90
Nitrifying bacteria on water agar 17,20
Cellulose demulsifying bacteria on Hutchinsoni medium 17,20
Enterobacteriaceae 11,25
Coliform bacteria 11,25
Escherichia coli 11,25
Salmonella spp 15,50
Listeria monocytogenes 22,55
Clostridium perfringens 17,40
Determination of the toxicity with the Bacillus stearothermophilus 14,50
General toxicity (with infusoria) 21,60
Determination of impurities, stones and maximum size of particles from sludge, treated biowaste and soil 43,00
Issue of technical culture
Technical culture on liquid medium EUR/l (wine yeast, Rhizobium culture etc) 31,00
Technical culture on solid medium EUR/piece (moulds, yeasts, bacteria) 15,00
Pleurotus ostreatus- fungi culture on the grain EUR/piece 15,00
Test protocol in foreign language 8,35
Appendix a
Other bacteriological analysis by inoculation, IF- or PCR methods and sequencing: incl. Xylella fastidiosa, Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidae, Pseudomonas syringae pv. aesculi
Appendix b
Plant viruses by Real-Time-RT-PCR-method: Tobacco Rattle virus (TRV), Potato Mop-Top virus (PMTV), potato viruses (PVY, PVA, PVM, PVX, PVS, PLRV), Pepino Mosaic Virus (PepMV), viroids (Potato spindle tuber viroid (PSTVd), Columnea latent viroid (CLVd)
Plant viruses by ELISA-method: Pepino Mosaic Virus (PepMV), Plum Pox Virus (PPV), Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV), Impatiens Necrotic Spot Virus (INSV), Cucumber Mosaic Virus (CMV), Alfaalfa Mosaic Virus (AMV), Potato Mop Top Virus (PMTV), Hosta Virus X (HVX), potato viruses (A, S, M, X, Y, PLRV)
Plant viruses by PCR/RT-PCR method: Cucumber Mosaic virus (CMV), Impatiens Necrotic Spot virus (INSV), Tomato Spotted Wilt virus (TSWV), Alfalfa Mosaic virus (AMV), Hosta virus X (HVX), Black Currant Reversion virus (BRV), Plum Pox Virus (PPV), Pepino Mosaic Virus (PepMV), Tomato Leaf Curl New Delhi Virus (ToLCNDV), Blueberry red ringspot virus (BRRV), viroids (Potato spindle tuber viroid (PSTVd), Columnea latent viroid (CLVd), Chrisanthemum stunt viroid (CSVd)
Plant viruses by RT-PCR multiplex method: CMV, INSV, TSWV, AMV and HVX
Appendix c
From the same sample of potato tubers it is possible to detect potato ring-rot, potato brown-rot and quality viruses