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Differential response of hosta cultivars to infection by hosta virus X potexvirus - a basis for practical disease management


Differential response of hosta cultivars to infection by hosta virus X potexvirus - a basis for practical disease management



Acta Horticulturae 568: 69-72



ISSN/ISBN: 0567-7572

Hosta virus X potexvirus is the most commonly occurring virus of hostas (Hosta spp.) in the USA, and can produce very damaging symptoms in some hosta cultivars. Fifty-seven hosta cultivars were evaluated for response to natural or experimental infection by HVX, and fell into three distinct categories. Susceptible cultivars developed pronounced symptoms, frequently resulting in complete leaf desiccation. Tolerant cultivars became infected but developed no visual symptoms.

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