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Control review of air-borne tulip breaking virus and lily symptomless virus in Lilium in the Netherlands


Control review of air-borne tulip breaking virus and lily symptomless virus in Lilium in the Netherlands



Acta Horticulturae 432: 290-297



ISSN/ISBN: 0567-7572

Air-borne viruses in Lilium, including lily symptomless carlavirus (LSV) and tulip breaking potyvirus (TBV), and various factors involved in their control were studied in the Netherlands. The incidence of LSV was reduced very substantially from the initial 100% rate. TBV occurred at fairly low rates. Lily X potexvirus (LXV) and cucumber mosaic cucumovirus (CMV) have occurred at low levels in the last decade.

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