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Leafhoppers transmit citrus stubborn disease to weed host

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Authors

George H. Kaloostian
George N. Oldfield
Edmond C. Calavan, University of California
Richard L. Blue, University of California

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California Agriculture 30(9):4-5.

Published September 01, 1976

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Abstract

Researchers report a new breakthrough in studies of citrus stubborn disease. Leaf-hoppers have been shown to transmit the disease organism to and from a weed plant—from diseased periwinkle to London rocket and from diseased London rocket to healthy periwinkle.

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The authors thank Oscar P. Clarke, Senior Museum Scientist, Department of Biology, U.C., Riverside, for identification of plants

Leafhoppers transmit citrus stubborn disease to weed host

George H. Kaloostian, George N. Oldfield, Edmond C. Calavan, Richard L. Blue
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Leafhoppers transmit citrus stubborn disease to weed host

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

George H. Kaloostian
George N. Oldfield
Edmond C. Calavan, University of California
Richard L. Blue, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 30(9):4-5.

Published September 01, 1976

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Researchers report a new breakthrough in studies of citrus stubborn disease. Leaf-hoppers have been shown to transmit the disease organism to and from a weed plant—from diseased periwinkle to London rocket and from diseased London rocket to healthy periwinkle.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors thank Oscar P. Clarke, Senior Museum Scientist, Department of Biology, U.C., Riverside, for identification of plants


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