Temporal Increase and Spatial Distribution of Sugarcane Yellow Leaf and Infestations of the Aphid Vector, Melanaphis sacchari.

@article{Mcallister2008TemporalIA,
  title={Temporal Increase and Spatial Distribution of Sugarcane Yellow Leaf and Infestations of the Aphid Vector, Melanaphis sacchari.},
  author={Caroline D Mcallister and J W Hoy and Thomas E. Reagan},
  journal={Plant disease},
  year={2008},
  volume={92 4},
  pages={
          607-615
        }
}
Yellow leaf, caused by Sugarcane yellow leaf virus (ScYLV), is a potentially important disease of sugarcane first found in Louisiana during 1996. A survey during 2002 determined that ScYLV infection was present in all sugarcane-production areas of Louisiana. Virus was detected in 48% of 42 fields, and incidence averaged 15% in these fields. Disease progress curves determined in four fields during two growing seasons indicated that the greatest temporal increase of virus infection occurred… CONTINUE READING
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