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The effects of pepper veinal mosaic virus in relation to time of inoculation on the symptom expression, flower initiation and yield of pepper (Capsicum frutescens L.)






Acta Horticulturae (53): 227-234

The effects of pepper veinal mosaic virus in relation to time of inoculation on the symptom expression, flower initiation and yield of pepper (Capsicum frutescens L.)

Plants inoculated with the virus up to 8 weeks after transplanting were stunted, sparsely branched and with leaves greatly reduced in size. Plants inoculated at 8 weeks after transplanting developed tip blight but temporarily recovered later. Leaves produced after recovery were again greatly reduced in size and showed strong veinal mosaic symptoms. The time taken for systemic symptoms to appear increased with the age of the plant at the time of inoculation.


Accession: 000538302



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