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Rice yellow mottle and African soybean dwarf, newly discovered virus diseases of economic importance in West Africa

Rice yellow mottle and African soybean dwarf, newly discovered virus diseases of economic importance in West Africa

International symposium on virus diseases of rice and leguminous crops in the tropics: 146-153

Rice yellow mottle virus, first described in Kenya in 1970, is now known to occur widely both in East and West Africa. It represents a major threat to improved rice cultivation under irrigated conditions, particularly when the new, high-yielding cultivars introduced from Southeast Asia are grown. African soyabean dwarf is a new and hitherto undescribed virus disease which until now has only been reported in Nigeria.

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