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Holcus streak: a new virus disease of creeping soft-grass and Yorkshire fog



Holcus streak: a new virus disease of creeping soft-grass and Yorkshire fog



Plant Pathology 24(4): 247



The name holcus streak virus is proposed for a new virus isolated from many plants of Holcus mollis and H. lanatus with elongated pale yellow streaks on their leaves. The symptoms of HSV in H. lanatus were streakier, more conspicuous and more permanent than those of holcus transitory mottle, although when the plants were in flower the two viruses were easily confused because both caused rusty brown streaking and mottling of the flag leaves.

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