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Bean yellow mosaic: field spread from Red Clover. Nature of Bean yield reduction by Bean yellow mosaic virus



Bean yellow mosaic: field spread from Red Clover. Nature of Bean yield reduction by Bean yellow mosaic virus



Phytopathology 56(2): 147-148



Red clover appears to be the chief source of virus infection for beans, BYMV being isolated far more frequently than clover yellow mosaic, lucerne mosaic, and tobacco ringspot viruses. Peak incidence of BYMV occurred in beans 8-30 ft. away from the clover field; the highest recorded frequency being 31 % in 19 fields. Spread was reduced to 1% by isolating the beans 200 ft. on the upwind side and 900 ft. downwind from red clover.

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