Leafhoppers transmit citrus stubborn disease to weed host
AuthorsGeorge H. Kaloostian
George N. Oldfield
Edmond C. Calavan
Richard L. Blue
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Hilgardia 30(9):4-5. DOI:10.3733/ca.v030n09p4. September 1976.
Researchers report a new breakthrough in studies of citrus stubborn disease. Leaf-hoppers have been shown to transmit the disease organism to and from a weed plant—from diseased periwinkle to London rocket and from diseased London rocket to healthy periwinkle.
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