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Journal of Central European Agriculture, Vol.13 No.1 March 2012. -

The past fifty years important advances have been made in the field of grapevine virus research, including characterization of pathogens and control measurements. Still the occurrence of Grapevine fanleaf virus GFLV, Arabis mosaic virus ArMV, Tomato black ring virus TBRV, Grapevine chrome mosaic virus GCMV, Alfalfa mosaic virus AMV, Grapevine Bulgarian latent virus GBLV, Grapevine fleck virus GFkV, Grapevine leafroll- associated viruses GLRaV1-4, Grapevine virus A GVA, Grapevine virus B GVB and Grapevine rupestris stem pitting- associated virus GRSPaV have been reported in Hungary and characterized by conventional methods as woody indexing, herbaceous indexing and serological methods. Among grapevine viruses the Grapevine line pattern virus GLPV seems to be uncial; because it was reported only in Hungary. Causal agents of several grapevine diseases, like enation, vein necrosis and vein mosaic remained undiscovered. These virus-like diseases occurred only sporadically, without economic importance.

certification programme; grapevine; viruses

Author: Eszter Cseh - András Takács - László Kocsis - Richard Gáborjányi -



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