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Studies on the development and epiphytotics of the rice yellow stunt disease



Studies on the development and epiphytotics of the rice yellow stunt disease



Acta Phytopathologica Sinica 9(1): 41-54; 69-71



The disease is widespread in S. and E. China, causing losses to 20-30% of the crop. Symptoms include yellowing of the second or third youngest leaves and interveinal, leaf stripe mottling later; the leaves form abnormal, wide angles with the stem. The bullet-shaped virus is 100-180 X 50-90 nm and is transmitted by 3 rice green leafhopper (Nephotettix) spp. in a persistent manner.

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