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Studies on the Red-leaf Disease of the Foxtail Millet (Setaria italica (L.) Beauv.). II. Cultivated and wild Hosts of Millet Red-leaf Virus.



Studies on the Red-leaf Disease of the Foxtail Millet (Setaria italica (L.) Beauv.). II. Cultivated and wild Hosts of Millet Red-leaf Virus.



Acta phytopath. sin 4(1): 1-7



In the second part, the authors state that A. maidis is by far the most important of the aphids found able to transmit the virus, since it is the most effective as a vector and is common in the field, and describe investigations on the host-plant range of the virus, carried out to elucidate the outbreak character of the disease.

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