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Epidemiology and control of Potato apical leaf curl begomovirus disease

Epidemiology and control of Potato apical leaf curl begomovirus disease

International Journal of Agricultural Sciences 1(1): 62-64

Field experiments were conducted in Haryana, India, during 2002-03 and 2003-04 to study the epidemiology and chemical control of Potato apical leaf curl begomovirus (Potato apical leaf curl virus). The number of white flies (Bemisia tabaci) and their flight frequencies on potato (cv. Kufri Badshah) were positively correlated with disease incidence. During October, the greatest white fly population (218/10 compound leaves) and flight frequency (88 white fly-1 day-1) were recorded.

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