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Beet curly top virulence increased

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Andrew C. Magyarosy, University of California
James E. Duffus, U.S. Agricultural Research Station

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California Agriculture 31(6):12-13.

Published June 01, 1977

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Abstract

Recent curly top isolates from San Joaquin Valley sugar beet fields and the foothills are more virulent than those collected in the 1950s and 1960s. The beet leafhopper (showm below, 48 times life size) carries the disease between crops and weed plants.

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Work was supported by the Curly Top Virus Control Program. The interest of Arnold Morrison throughout this investigation is greatly appreciated.

Beet curly top virulence increased

Andrew C. Magyarosy, James E. Duffus
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Beet curly top virulence increased

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Authors

Andrew C. Magyarosy, University of California
James E. Duffus, U.S. Agricultural Research Station

Publication Information

California Agriculture 31(6):12-13.

Published June 01, 1977

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Recent curly top isolates from San Joaquin Valley sugar beet fields and the foothills are more virulent than those collected in the 1950s and 1960s. The beet leafhopper (showm below, 48 times life size) carries the disease between crops and weed plants.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

Work was supported by the Curly Top Virus Control Program. The interest of Arnold Morrison throughout this investigation is greatly appreciated.


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