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Ecology of passion fruit virus transmission and the evaluation of the effectiveness of using virus-free seedlings to control passion fruit virus diseases in Taiwan



Ecology of passion fruit virus transmission and the evaluation of the effectiveness of using virus-free seedlings to control passion fruit virus diseases in Taiwan



Plant Pathology Bulletin 1(3): 140-146



In Jan. 1988, 2 field plots were established at different distances from virus-infested passion fruit orchards to determine the effectiveness of planting virus-free seedlings to control virus diseases in this crop. Transmission was low in Jan.-May but from Jun. onwards incidence increased until the most rapid dissemination occurred in Sep.-Nov., when the aphid population was highest.

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