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Influence of temperature regime on virus diseases in cucumber

Acta Horticulturae (51): 329-332

Influence of temperature regime on virus diseases in cucumber

After infection with CMV a low temperature hastened the dying of cucumber plants and affected fruit quality. At higher temperatures the plants stayed alive much longer and fruit quality was only slightly affected. At below 15 deg C, the plants were wilted 3 weeks after infection, and the fruits showed up to 90% damage. At 21 deg wilting started about 6 weeks after inoculation and fruit damage was only 6%.

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