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Viruses and virus diseases of irises in Britain

, : Viruses and virus diseases of irises in Britain. Acta Horticulturae (47): 45-50

Three of 5 aphid-borne viruses known to infect rhizomatous irises occur in Britain: bearded iris mosaic virus is prevalent, occuring occasionally with broad bean wilt virus and commonly with cucumber mosaic virus, but Iris fulva mosaic and beardless iris mosaic were not detected.

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