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Transitory yellowing of chinese cabbage brassica campestris ssp pekinensis



Transitory yellowing of chinese cabbage brassica campestris ssp pekinensis



Hortscience 15(1): 75



Transitory yellowing, a new disease of Chinese cabbage (B. campestris L. ssp. pekinensis Rupr.), was noticed in 1971 in the Lalamilo area on the Island of Hawaii [USA]. The disease was not associated with pathogenic microorganisms. The susceptibility varies with cultivar but no cultivar was resistant. In the disease-free Volcano area no symptoms developed on plants growing in soil collected from the diseased area at Lalamilo. Application of a complete fertilizer or pH adjustment of soil did not alleviate the disease symptoms. Disease symptoms disappeared within 3 days when plants were transported from a diseased area to a healthy area. Results suggest that the new disease is caused by an unknown airborne agent present in the diseased area.

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