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Observations on lilac ringspot

, : Observations on lilac ringspot. Acta Horticulturae (59): 105-111

Symptoms of this apparently most common disease of lilac include leaf deformations, rings and line patterns which vary greatly in size and shape. Several authors report the isolation of elm mottle, tomato black ring, Arabis mosaic and lilac mottle viruses from lilac but none has yet been shown to be the cause of lilac ringspot. In tests at Wageningen in 1972-76, Arabis mosaic, lilac ring mottle and tobacco rattle viruses were isolated from lilac.

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