Plant Virus Disease Control
Elimination of sources of virus.
Elimination of the virus from infected plants.
Control of vectors.
Breeding for resistance and the use of cross-protection methods. Each of these approaches to control will be considered.
KeywordsSugar Beet Cucumber Mosaic Virus Certification Scheme Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus Potato Leaf Roll Virus
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