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Strawberry aphids and strawberry viruses

Carl H. Shanks

Strawberry aphids and strawberry viruses

by Carl H. Shanks

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Published by Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture & Home Economics, Washington State University in Pullman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aphids,
  • Strawberries -- Diseases and pests

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by Carl Shanks]
    SeriesInsect answers, Extension bulletin -- 1012., Extension bulletin (Washington State University. Cooperative Extension) -- 1012.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[3] p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17608762M
    OCLC/WorldCa41859831

      Table of Contents Introduction Planting Strawberries Straw and Sedge Peat Mulch Selecting the Right Plants Feeding Your Plants Protecting Your Strawberries Strawberry Pests and Diseases Aphids – Fungi and Viruses – Soil pests – Popular Strawberry Varieties Remontant Strawberries Climbing Strawberries – Innovative Ways of Growing Strawberries Reviews: 2.   It has been shown to vector strawberry crinkle cytorhabdovirus and strawberry mottle virus, but it is not nearly as well documented a virus vector as the strawberry aphid, Chaetosiphon fragaefolii. Yellow rose aphids spend their whole lifecyle on the same type of host plant and alternate between generations of parthenogenically-reproducing.

    Strawberry Agriculture: Pest Management Guidelines University of California's official guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticides, and nonpesticide alternatives for managing pests . Journal of Insect Science: Vol. 12 | Article Lavandero et al. Journal of Insect Science | 1 Genetic structure of the aphid, Chaetosiphon fragaefolii, and its role as a vector of the Strawberry Yellow Edge Virus to a native strawberry, Fragaria chiloensis in Chile Blas Lavandero1a*, Pamela Rojas2,3b, Claudio C. Ramirez1c, Marcela Salazar2,4d and Peter.

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Strawberry aphids and strawberry viruses by Carl H. Shanks Download PDF EPUB FB2

Several aphid-borne viruses infect strawberry,butthemajoronesinEurope are strawberry crinkle virus, strawberry mottle virus, strawberry vein banding virus and strawberry mild yellow edge virus. Most strawberry varieties grown today do not show obvious symptoms when infected with one of these aphid borne viruses.

However, the viruses. A number of different aphid species feed on strawberries in North Carolina, including the strawberry aphid (Chaetosiphon fragaefolii), potato aphid (Macrosiphium euphorbae), and green peach aphid (Myzuz persicae).Recent monitoring efforts have also found Chaetosiphon minor and the yellow rose aphid (Rhodobium porosum) to occur on.

Aphids may also pass viruses to your strawberry plants. As they feed, aphids produce a sticky substance called honeydew. Sooty mold grows on honeydew, harming. The strawberry aphid (Chaetospihon fragaefolii) is one of several aphid species that are found in strawberry fields.

Sooty mould, which develops on the honeydew secreted by aphids, occasionally causes damage to leaves and fruit. More significantly, aphids can transmit viruses from one strawberry plant to another. The strawberry mild yellow edge isolate investigated seems to belong to a strain of the virus which is very readily transmitted by the strawberry aphid.

For this reason a high risk for the spread of yellow edge exists in those areas of Germany where the strawberry aphid occurs.

Article - full text (enhanced PDF format, bytes)Cited by: 4. Biology. A number of different aphid species feed on strawberries in North Carolina, including the strawberry aphid (Chaetosiphon fragaefolii), potato aphid (Macrosiphium euphorbae), and green peach aphid (Myzuz persicae).Recent monitoring efforts have also found Chaetosiphon minor and the yellow rose aphid (Rhodobium porosum) to occur on strawberries in some parts of the.

BRITISH workers with strawberry viruses have so far failed to obtain transmission of Fragaria virus 1 (yellow edge) or Fragaria virus 2 (crinkle) by aphides other than the ‘delicate strawberry.

Strawberry aphid is pale green to yellow. Both adults and nymphs have transverse striations (horizontal lines) across the abdomen and are covered with knobbed hairs that are readily seen with a hand lens.

These striations and hairs are not found on any of the other aphid species infesting strawberry. Melon aphid is small, globular, and color varies from yellowish green to. FRAZIER1 has reported recently that certain strawberry viruses in California are transmissible by five species of aphids in addition to the long-established vector, and common strawberry aphid.

The strawberry aphid can be a problem in strawberries because it is a vector of several virus diseases, including strawberry mottle virus, strawberry mild yellow edge virus, and strawberry vein-banding virus. These aphid-born virus diseases were common in many strawberry.

See: Strawberry Cultivar Susceptibility. Cause Cultivars of strawberry that have become important in the PNW are tolerant to infection with multiple aphid-transmitted viruses, except Hood. Strawberry crinkle virus, Strawberry mottle virus, Strawberry mild yellow-edge virus, and Strawberry vein-banding virus commonly infect strawberry plants in the Pacific Northwest.

The vectors of Strawberry mottle virus, Strawberry crinkle virus, Strawberry mild yellow edge virus and Strawberry vein banding virus are aphids Arabis mosaic virus, Tomato black ring virus, Tobacco streak virus and Raspberry ringspot virus. In yearsthe presence of aphid-borne viruses (SMoV, SCV, SMYEV, SVBV) was monitored in strawberry plantations in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Selected plants were tested on Fragaria vesca UC4, UC5, UC6, EMK, EMC and Alpine indicators. Introduction. Among the insect pests that affect strawberry plants, the green aphid Chaetosiphon fragaefolli (Cockerell) (Hemiptera: Aphididae) is one of the most serious (Rondon et al.

; Strand ).Damage is caused aphids sucking sap from the plant, which provokes reduction in the production and quality of the fruit, especially when fumagin fungus grows on the honeydew that aphids.

Epidemiology of aphid vectored strawberry viruses. Strawberry virus management workshop, Kentville, Nova Scotia.

Martin, R. and I. Tzanetakis. High risk strawberry viruses by region in the United States and Canada: Implications for certification, nurseries and fruit productions.

Plant Disease, There are about seven aphid transmitted viruses infecting strawberry in nature (Tzanetakis and Martin, ). These include strawberry crinkle virus (SCV), strawberry mottle virus (SMoV), strawberry vein bending virus (SVBV), strawberry pseudo mild yellow edge virus.

The viruses don’t affect the taste or health of the fruit and don’t pose a risk to human health. In most cases the viruses are spread by aphids, particularly strawberry aphids. This particular aphid has a limited number of host plants it feeds on, including wild and commercially produced strawberries and some weeds.

The shallot aphid transmits strawberry mottle virus. It is seldom a pest in Oregon strawberry fields. Strawberry aphid adults are generally yellow and wingless with small, clubbed hairs on the dorsal surface.

Winged forms are pale green with black markings on head, thorax and abdomen. They are about 2 mm long. Aphids transmit viral diseases in strawberries. Pallidosis is a viral disease of strawberries transmitted by aphids and whiteflies. Viruses in this family can cause strawberry mottle, strawberry crinkle, strawberry vein banding, and strawberries with yellow edges.

Strawberry mild yellow edge virus is said to be the most common strawberry virus, and was first described inbut symptoms only show up when a second virus is present.

Much of the work done on strawberry mild yellow edge virus was done on older cultivars grown on the west coast through the ’s, 60’s and 70’s. The principal aphid-borne viruses infecting Strawberry (Fragaria spp.) Strawberry crinkle virus (SCV), Strawberry mild yellow edge virus (SMYEV), Strawberry mottle virus (SMoV) and Strawberry vein banding virus (SVBV) can cause serious crop this paper, a multiplex reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) method is described for the .Seasonal abundance of the strawberry aphid complex under different agronomic practices in the outskirts of La Plata, Argentina was studied on strawberry, Fragaria x ananassa Duchesne (Rosales: Rosaceae).

Aphid densities were low in strawberry fields in which insecticides and fungicides were used. In addition to Aphis gossypii, Aphis fabae, Mysus persicae and Macrosiphum euphorbiae, the aphid.

Introduction. Strawberry crinkle virus (SCV) occurs world‐wide and reduces both yield and fruit quality. Infection can be especially damaging when it occurs in combination with the other common aphid‐transmitted viruses Strawberry mottle virus (SMV) and Strawberry mild yellow‐edge virus (SMYEV) (Frazier et al., ).The natural host range of SCV is limited to .