Tobacco rattle virus detection in Scottish trichodorid populations during 2004/2005

KA Evans, Alison Blackwell, KN Stanley

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Abstract

The introduction of a diagnostic test for detecting tobacco rattle virus (TRV), the causative agent of spraing in potatoes, in trichodorid nematodes has allowed an initial snapshot to be obtained of the prevalence of the virus in fields used for potato production in Scotland. The virus is widespread, with 3 out of every 10 fields tested having the virus present. There is regional variation in the prevalence of TRV in Scotland. The implications of virus incidence for the management of spraing in potatoes is discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProtection and Production of Sugar Beet and Potatoes
PublisherAssociation of Applied Biologists (AAB)
Pages117-120
Volume76
Publication statusPrint publication - 2005

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