VIRUS IN PLANTS NAMED: Odontoglossum Ring-spot Virus

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by Robert M. [Bert] Hamilton (Compiler)

Originally published in The Orchid Doctor in 1980 and 1988

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Characteristics = it is limited mainly to Onc. (Rossioglossum) grande; causes leaf symptoms first as necrotic spots, enlarging to form necrotic rings; leaves turn yellow, drop prematurely; no flower symptoms. OD68-149
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VIRUS IN PLANTS NAMED: In Paphiopedilums The signs vary; sometimes the whitish spots and streaks are elongated, sometimes relatively broad and whitish; Ref. A76-206. Please omit. Insofar as determined they are free of virus. OWD 0
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