Cabbage leaf curl virus
|Cabbage leaf curl virus|
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Cabbage leaf curl Jamaica virus
Cabbage leaf curl virus is a plant pathogenic Begomovirus, which is vectored by white flies.
Symptoms[edit | edit source]
A single virus or multiple infection of several viruses can produce a variety of plant symptoms that include mosaic leaf distortion, ring spotting and stunting.
Control[edit | edit source]
Cultural[edit | edit source]
Clean field and field borders of volunteer crops and weeds to minimize reservoirs for both vector insects and viruses.
References[edit | edit source]
- Roberts, P. (2009). 2009 Florida Plant Disease Management Guide: Watercress. University of Florida, IFAS Extension. Retrieved: 2011-01-09.