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Viruses of lilies and their control

, : Viruses of lilies and their control. Acta Horticulturae (47): 69-75

Three viruses have been associated with most lily diseases, viz. lily symptomless virus (LSV), tulip breaking virus (TBV) and cucumber mosaic virus (CMV). Most lilies contained LSV. Vegetative propagation on tissue culture media freed 10 lily cvs of viruses. In subsequent field propagation, virus-free lilies were isolated from virus sources and sprayed weekly with oil to prevent virus infection via aphids.

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