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Beet leafhopper transmits citrus stubborn disease

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G. N. Oldfield
G. H. Kaloostian
H. D. Pierce
E. C. Calavan, U.C.
A. L. Granlti, U.C.
R. L. Blue, U.C.

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California Agriculture 30(6):15-15.

Published June 01, 1976

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Not available – first paragraph follows: Recent studies in California and Europe have shown that certain leafhoppers can transmit the stubborn disease organism, Spiroplasma citri, after acquiring it by various artificial means. We also know that one leafhopper, Scaphytopius nitridus (DeLong), can acquire the organism by feeding on infected citrus and can then transmit it to periwinkle plants (California Agriculture, January 1975) and citrus.

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Beet leafhopper transmits citrus stubborn disease

G. N. Oldfield, G. H. Kaloostian, H. D. Pierce, E. C. Calavan, A. L. Granlti, R. L. Blue
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Beet leafhopper transmits citrus stubborn disease

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
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Authors

G. N. Oldfield
G. H. Kaloostian
H. D. Pierce
E. C. Calavan, U.C.
A. L. Granlti, U.C.
R. L. Blue, U.C.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 30(6):15-15.

Published June 01, 1976

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: Recent studies in California and Europe have shown that certain leafhoppers can transmit the stubborn disease organism, Spiroplasma citri, after acquiring it by various artificial means. We also know that one leafhopper, Scaphytopius nitridus (DeLong), can acquire the organism by feeding on infected citrus and can then transmit it to periwinkle plants (California Agriculture, January 1975) and citrus.

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