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Mixed infection of Sugarcane streak mosaic and Sugarcane yellow leaf virus infecting sugarcane crops in Andhra Pradesh, India



Mixed infection of Sugarcane streak mosaic and Sugarcane yellow leaf virus infecting sugarcane crops in Andhra Pradesh, India



International Journal of Agricultural Sciences 3(1): 68-72



During a survey of sugarcane crops in Andhra Pradesh, India, during 2004-05, incidence of mosaic symptoms and midrib yellowing symptoms were observed in promising commercial sugarcane cultivars. The incidence of 6 to 30% was observed in farmer's fields for the first time in the month of August during the year 2004. Disease incidence was also observed in the range of 2 to 36% in some of the clones in the germplasm.

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