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Contributions to Beet research. 2. The influence of a mixed infection of Beet mosaic and Beet yellows virus on development, seed yield, and seed quality of Sugar Beet raised for seed

Contributions to Beet research. 2. The influence of a mixed infection of Beet mosaic and Beet yellows virus on development, seed yield, and seed quality of Sugar Beet raised for seed

Wiss. Abh. dtsch. Akad. LondwWiss, Berl., 38: 74-90

Some of the results of these trials have been noticed. Plants infected by a mixture of the 2 viruses were smaller and bore fewer leaves, but heading was not affected. Infection in the 1st year reduced seed production by 45-65%, the date of infection being of little consequence. Losses of 40-50% resulted from infection early in the 2nd year. Infected plants mostly produced small seed clusters, but quality was less affected than yield.

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