Pests and disease are responsible for losses of up to 30% of global food production representing a threat to food security (Strange and Scott, 2005). The correlation between the environment and pests/diseases suggest that climate change will cause modifications in the current pests and disease scenario. The impacts can be positive, negative or neutral since these changes can decrease, increase or have no impact on diseases and pests depending on each region and period. Therefore, the analysis of potential impacts of weather change on plant diseases and pests is essential for the addition of adoption measures and development of appropriate management methods in order to avoid more serious losses.