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Title: Persistent of Superior-70 oil on peach leaves and its effect on plum pox virus transmission by green peach aphid and EPG monitoring of aphid probing behavior
Authors: Samara, Rana
Lowery, Tom
stobbs, Lorne
Vickers, Trish
Bittner, Lori
Keywords: Plum Pox Virus
green peach aphid
detached leaves technique
electrical penetration graph
Issue Date: May-2014
Publisher: Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention Niagara falls, Ontario. Canada
Citation: Samara, R. Lowery, T., Vickers, T., & Bittner, L. (2014). Persistent of Superior-70 oil on peach leaves and its effect on plum pox virus transmission by green peach aphid and EPG monitoring of aphid probing behavior. Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Convention Niagara falls, Ontario. Canada.
Abstract: The efficiency of horticultural summer oil Superior-70 against green peach aphid ability to transmit PPV was evaluated in the greenhouse by the detached leaf technique. Leaves from spayed peach seedling were collected after zero, 2, 4, 7, 9, 11 and 14 days of oil application and were inoculated with 25 starved GPA for 2 hours period prior transferred to leaves treated with oil or water. The results are shown and discussed in text.
URI: https://scholar.ptuk.edu.ps/handle/123456789/360
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