California mealybugs can spread grapevine leafroll disease

@article{Golino2002CaliforniaMC,
  title={California mealybugs can spread grapevine leafroll disease},
  author={Deborah Anne Golino and Susan T. Sim and Raymond J. Gill and Adib Rowhani},
  journal={California Agriculture},
  year={2002},
  volume={56},
  pages={196-201}
}
UC Davis's Foundation Plant Materials Service (FPMS) maintains the disease-tested, professionally identified collection of grape scion and rootstock varieties, which is the core of the California Grapevine Registration and Certification Program. In 1992; newly developed serological testing techniques revealed the presence of grapevine leafroll-associated viruses (GLRaVs) in previously healthy vines in an older foundation propagating block, indicating active and recent virus spread. FPMS… Expand
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