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First report of Tomato spotted wilt virus on Coprosma repens (mirror bush) in Italy


, : First report of Tomato spotted wilt virus on Coprosma repens (mirror bush) in Italy. Plant Disease 91(10): 1362

In February 2007, irregular or semicircular necrotic spots, sometimes in concentric rings, were noticed on leaves of ~2000 potted, one-year-old plants of mirror bush (C. repens 'Tapuata Gold') obtained as cuttings from a nursery located in Catania Province, Italy. The symptoms were detected on ~60% of the plants and were localized exclusively on older leaves especially in the yellow or white border.

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