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Peanut mottle virus in peanuts, navy beans and soybeans



Peanut mottle virus in peanuts, navy beans and soybeans



Queensland Agricultural Journal 99(12): 635-637



Symptoms, spread and control of groundnut (peanut) mottle virus, which has become widespread in the S. Burnett region of Qd., are described.

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