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Stunt disease of peanuts in Virginia

Stunt disease of peanuts in Virginia

Plant Dis Reporter 50(3): 139-143

A new disease of peanuts in the United States, designated as stunt, was first observed in Virginia in 1964. The syndrome of the disease is characterized by the severe dwarfing and malformation of foliar parts and pronounced suppression of fruit development. Fruits from diseased plants are small, misshapen, and frequently have a split pericarp wall. Transmission of the virus incitant from diseased to healthy plants was accomplished by mechanical means, by grafting, by dodder, and by the green peach aphid. Attempts to transmit the virus by seed, root-to-root contact, and several stylet-bearing nematodes and leafhoppers have been unsuccessful.

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