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Diseases of Cotton (Gossypium spp.)
... virus (CLCuV) Leaf mottle* suspect virus (etiology unknown) Leaf roll* suspect virus (etiology unknown) Mosaic* suspect virus (etiology unknown) Psylosis* suspect virus (etiology unknown) Terminal stunt suspect virus (GTP; Cicadellidae associated) PHYTOPLASMAL and SPIROPLASMAL DISEASES Phyllody* suspect phytoplasma Small leaf suspect ...
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Horticultural Excellence
... can have long, strong stems with big leaves that are chloritic or affected by mosaic virus. An outstanding bloom, that has excellent form, color typical of the variety, or better, petals ... in the Carolina Summers can indeed sap the life out of our plants. I do suspect the dictum of FULL SUN, ALL DAY LONG was originally prescribed for the more temperate ...
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Jade plant varieties - Cacti & Succulents Forum - GardenWeb
... Just recently taken a big interest in jungle cactus and I suspect Stapelias may be next. RE: Jade plant varieties clip this ... of the varieries of jade plants are caused by a virus similar to the virus that causes some cacti to grow into "crested" versions. ... that might explain why some plants collapse, maybe succumbing to the virus. Here's some info I have bookmarked about crests, montrose, sports... ...
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Orchid Forum - GardenWeb
... :41 3 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Jul 13, 06 at 8:22 Virus information??? Posted by: granniek SC Texas on Mon, Jul 10, 06 at 14:22 7 ... posted on Thu, Jul 13, 06 at 1:20 Phalaenopsis Lots All It's Leaves (Suspect crown rot) Posted by: lees1 Southland, NZ on Mon, Jul 10, 06 at 18:19 ...
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Miscellaneous Information About Rose Mosaic Virus
... amount of garden space available. Baldo Villigas RMV information states that "Some pathologists suspect that mosaic may be pollen transmitted which could prompt removal if other roses ... "rose viruses are not spread by insects. Pollen transmission of one virus, PNRSV (prunus necrotic ringspot virus), is suspected due to the slow of the disease within roses." ...
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Can North American rose hybridizers safely use pollen from PNRSV infected roses
... have given me invaluable advice in preparing this article." Regarding spread, he stated: "Some pathologists suspect that mosaic may be pollen transmitted which could prompt removal if other roses in ... ) makes the following statements: "Rose Mosaic Virus in the Americas is most commonly caused by prunus necrotic ringspot virus which is a pollen transmitted virus but transmission by pollen is very ...
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... going to grow either brugsmansia or datura. Besides being poisonous and virus-prone (fungal, leaf spot, stalk wilt, mosaic-like disease to even cork ... do carry a virus and if not properly cared for it can pop up at a moment's notice. So if you suspect a virus, please ... of 6 to 9 months after discovering a virus-infected plant. While we are talking about virus and trading or even purchasing, it is ...
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Flasking Cool Growing Orchid Seed by Bob hamilton
... are virused; hence, Gallup now propagates only from seed) cutting the seed case can spread virus to the uninfected embryos. To prevent this, I take efforts to sanitize the surface of ... by friction. Materials such as plastic and glass are not directly heated by microwaves. I suspect microwaves will effectively kill micro-organisms if they are uniformly in the field; however, the ...
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Mosaic Virus Diseases of Vine Crops, HYG-3109-95
... with only one virus. It is nearly impossible to distinguish between any of the five viruses based only on visible symptoms. Because of this, it is important to have suspect plants sent to a diagnostic clinic capable of using specialized techniques to identify the viruses that are present. Proper disease management depends on knowing which specific virus is involved ...
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"Virus" in Roses
... of several different sorts of "virus," but the terms, "virus," or "virused," usually refer to Rose Mosaic Virus Disease, an ailment that ... virused forever. Cuttings taken from virus-free plants produce virus-free plants. "Clean" budwood or cuttings produce virus-free plants, whether they ... ). Many old, clean plants have been lost over time. I suspect that more are lost every year, but many yet remain ...
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