Plant Disease (2020) 104, p. 2742 (Faske et al.)

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Travis R. Faske, Daisy Stainton, Nina Aboughanem-Sabanadzovic and Tom W. Allen (2020)
First report of Cotton leafroll dwarf virus from upland cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) in Arkansas
Plant Disease 104 (10), 2742-2742
Abstract: During 2019, cotton plants grown in Arkansas, U.S. were surveyed for virus diseases. A range of symptoms was observed, which included shortened internodes in the terminal part of the canopy, leaf distortion, upward leaf cupping, reddish-brown aborted flower bracts, and reduced boll set in the eight fields sampled. Overall, a disease incidence of <1% was visually observed in individual fields. The presence of Cotton leafroll dwarf virus was demonstrated in 6 out of 26 samples, collected from symptomatic plants using PCR analysis and nucleotide sequencing.
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Cotton leafroll dwarf virus Cotton (Gossypium) U.S.A. (mid S)