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Author(s):Holcomb, G. E.
Title:Virus causing centipedegrass mosaic disease is widespread in Louisiana and Southern U.S.
Source:Louisiana Agriculture. Vol. 37, No. 5 [1], Winter 1994, p. 22-23.
# of Pages:2
Publishing Information:Baton Rouge: Ag. Exp. Sta., Louisiana State
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Panicum mosaic virus; Dactyloctenium aegyptium; Centipedegrass mosaic; Disease identification; Disease susceptibility; Eremochloa ophiuroides
Abstract/Contents:A virus disease has infected centipedegrass on commercial sod farms, home lawns, and production fields of the major U.S. centipedegrass seed producer. Subtopics include: Materials and methods, and Results and discussion. "The mosaic disease found on centipedegrass was named centipedegrass mosaic and the virus causing the disease was tentatively named centipedegrass mosaic virus.... [which should be] referred to as the centipedegrass strain of panicum mosaic virus." A table summarizes centipedegrass cultivar, breeding lines, and accession reactions to inoculation -- all tested designations were found to be susceptible.
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Holcomb, G. E. 1994. Virus causing centipedegrass mosaic disease is widespread in Louisiana and Southern U.S.. Louisiana Agric. 37(5 [1]):p. 22-23.
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