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.
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.
Clean field and field borders of volunteer crops and weeds to minimize reservoirs for both vector insects and viruses.
- Roberts, P. (2009). 2009 Florida Plant Disease Management Guide: Watercress. University of Florida, IFAS Extension. Retrieved: 2011-01-09.