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Response of commercially important papaya cultivars to papaya ringspot virus in eastern U.P. conditions



Response of commercially important papaya cultivars to papaya ringspot virus in eastern U.P. conditions



Indian Phytopathology 58(2): 212-216



Papaya ringspot disease caused by papaya ringspot potyvirus (PRSV) was found to be widespread in the eastern U.P., restricting commercial cultivation of the crop. The virus was reported to cause about 70% yield loss in this region with 95% disease incidence. Fourteen varieties of papaya (Carica papaya L.) were tested to identify sources of resistance, if any.

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