Potato , Viruses , and Seed Certification in the USA to Provide Healthy Propagated Tubers

@inproceedings{Halterman2012PotatoV,
  title={Potato , Viruses , and Seed Certification in the USA to Provide Healthy Propagated Tubers},
  author={Dennis Allen Halterman and Amy O. Charkowski and Jeanmarie Verchot},
  year={2012}
}
Potatoes are vegetatively propagated and this can result in the dissemination of pathogens, and viruses in particular, in the tubers. Viruses infecting potato can be categorized by their mechanisms of transmission: aphid transmitted, mechanically transmitted, and soil-borne viruses. The most important viruses in North America include Potato leafroll virus, Potato virus Y, X, A, S, M, Tobacco rattle virus, and Potato mop top virus. The methods for chemical control of virus disease are greatly… CONTINUE READING

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