Ekspresowa Ocena Zagrożenia Agrofagiem (Express PRA): Tobacco ringspot virus [report]

Julia Minicka, Natasza Borodynko-Filas, Beata Hasiów-Jaroszewska, Elżbieta Gabała, Magdalena Gawlak, Tomasz Kałuski
2016 Zenodo  
Tobacco ringspot virus was detected in 2008-2010 in central Poland on highbush blueberry plantations. In the natural range of its occurrence, it causes varied disease symptoms, depending on the host plant. The virus poses the greatest threat to soybean crops and tobacco in the United States, causing significant losses in crop quality and quantity. On plants blueberries TRSV causes, among other things, leaf blade distortion along with necrotic spots. Due to the appearance of primary infections
more » ... Poland, as well as the high threat, especially in areas of the United States, where the virus occurs in large numbers, a risk analysis was conducted for this pathogen.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.7360700 fatcat:cuyvjzdyofdjtptukbjtv7hq5i