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Lettuce Necrotic Yellows Virus
A DESTRUCTIVE virus disease of lettuce, causing extensive crop losses sometimes as high as 100 per cent, was recognized in Victoria in 1954 as being distinct from the lettuce mosaic disease. UntilExpand
A New Virus Disease of Carrots: Its Transmission, Host Range, and Control
A new virus disease of carrots, which was recorded in Melbourne in 1943, is described. The disease occurs throughout Victoria, and has also been recorded in New South Wales, South Australia, WesternExpand
Control of lettuce necrotic yellows virus disease by the destruction of common sowthistle (Sonchus oleraceus)
Control of the spread of necrotic yellows virus to lettuce was attempted on one vegetable farm in the ~Melbourne vegetable area destroying sowthistles (Sonchus oleraceus L.), the only known source ofExpand
Aphid transmission of Broad Bean wilt virus and comparative transmission efficiency of three vector species.
Broad bean wilt virus has been transmitted experimentally by the green peach aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulz.), by using short feed techniques as applied to non-persistent viruses. A comparative study ofExpand
Studies on the epidemiology of peach rosette and decline disease in Victoria
The spread of peach rosette and decline dlsease (PRD) was studied in two clingstone peach orchards, located 24 km apart in the Goulburn Valley of Victoria. Over 11 years the incidence of diseasedExpand
A new virus disease of Carrots.
Seed-borne Fusarium species on subterranean clover and other pasture legumes
Fusarium avenaceum (Corda ex. Fr.) Sacc. was detected for the first time on seed of strand medic (M. littoralis Rhode), lucerne (M. sativa L.), white clover (T. repens L.) and strawberry clover (T.Expand
The need for greater public awareness of the importance of plant diseases
  • L. L. Stubbs
  • Medicine
  • Australian Plant Pathology Society Newsletter
  • 1 March 1975
The detection of prune dwarf virus in peach trees affected with peach rosette and decline with Golden Queen peach as an indicator, and the distribution of the virus in affected trees.
Golden Queen peach was a better indicator than Italian prune and Elberta peach seedling for detecting prune dwarf virus (PDV) in peach trees naturally infected with peach rosette and decline disease.Expand