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Epidemiology of the carrot motley dwarf virus complex on parsley

Parasitica 53(2/3): 71-82

Epidemiology of the carrot motley dwarf virus complex on parsley

The importance of carrot motley dwarf virus (CMD) (carrot mottle umbravirus) in parsley crops in Belgium, and its transmission by Cavariella aegopodii, are discussed. Aphid captures with Moericke-traps were used to investigate the most important flight periods of C. aegopodii. The population development of the aphid vector on parsley was also determined. Except at the beginning of the growing season, the population of C. aegopodii showed parallel development at 2 different crop planting dates.

Accession: 003127653

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