Brown ring formation and streak mottle, two distinct syndromes in lilies associated with complex infections of lily symptomless virus and tulip breaking virus

@article{Asjes1973BrownRF,
  title={Brown ring formation and streak mottle, two distinct syndromes in lilies associated with complex infections of lily symptomless virus and tulip breaking virus},
  author={C. J. Asjes and Neeltje P. de Vos and D.H.M. van Slogteren},
  journal={Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={1973},
  volume={79},
  pages={23-35}
}
Brown ring formation in bulbs of lilies, particularly of Mid-century hybrids, is described as a newly recognized disease. Symptoms of streak mottle in cultivars ofLilium speciosum Thunb., not associated with abnormalities of bulbs, are briefly described with reference to the literature. Sometimes the two syndromes occur in the same crop such as in the Mid-century hybrid ‘Enchantment’, showing brown ring formation in bulbs and an indistinct mottling in field plants. Severe leaf mottling appears… CONTINUE READING

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