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Bean viruses: incidence in relation to cultivars and environment

, : Bean viruses: incidence in relation to cultivars and environment. Informatore Fitopatologico 41(1): 55-56

The level of virus infection in fields of 20 bean cultivars was studied in Italy. Infection level was related to the presence of bean common mosaic potyvirus and cucumber mosaic cucumovirus in seeds and weather conditions which influenced the aphid population.

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