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Virus diseases in Pelargonium hortorum specially concerning tomato ringspot virus


, : Virus diseases in Pelargonium hortorum specially concerning tomato ringspot virus. Acta Horticulturae (59): 119-130

Cucumber mosaic, Pelargonium flower-break, Pelargonium leaf curl and Pelargonium yellow-net vein viruses have no practical importance in Denmark. Chlorotic or yellow ringspots on the older leaves, however, are quite common with c. 60% of varieties showing symptoms. The cause of the ringspots is not fully known but tomato ringspot virus is one of the agents as demonstrated in the var. Amanda. Symptoms on Pelargonium are most pronounced in spring and autumn.


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