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Research on natural transmission of tomato bushy stunt virus in fruit trees



Research on natural transmission of tomato bushy stunt virus in fruit trees



Tagungsbericht der Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften der Deutschen Demokratischen Re ik: 297-302



TBSV reaches a fairly high incidence on apple (28%), but is rare on other fruit trees. It was recorded on Stellaria media, Poa annua and Urtica urens. It is seed transmissible in apple (5.8%) and was found in cherry (Prunus avium) pollen. The virus occurs in the free state in natural soil, where it remains infective for 12 weeks.

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