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First report of pea enation mosaic virus affecting lentil (Lens culinaris) in Syria



First report of pea enation mosaic virus affecting lentil (Lens culinaris) in Syria



Plant Disease 83(3): 303



Symptoms suggestive of virus infection in lentil fields in Dara'a in southern Syria have been observed, in epidemic proportions, almost equally since 1994. A similar epidemic was observed on many lentil genotypes at the ICARDA farm, near Aleppo, as well as other locations in northern Syria during 1998. Symptoms included growth reduction and rolling of leaves, accompanied by mottling with tip wilting or necrosis.

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