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Re: OT-BIO: iris yellow spot virus

That link did not work for me, but using their search engine found the article.

Interesting article, but it seems to have a contradiction. I one paragraph it says the virus does not affect the "bulb" and does not move into the bulb. In a subsequent paragraph it says that the virus will overwinter in a iris bulb. So I wonder how it gets there?

John (who hasn't seen this disease in our garden)

On Jun 30, 2004, at 6:22 AM, Lobergs wrote:

You may already have this, but for others, Oregon State has info and photos

http://extension.oregonstate.edu/malheur/Agriculture/Reports/ Iris%20Yellow%20Spot%20Virus.pdf

I am a new iris grower. I am located in western Colorado. I currently
have @ 200 varieties. I believe they have the iris yellow spot virus.
Samples have been sent off to a lab for confirmation. The virus is new to
this area and most information I have found is related to onions. Has
anyone else had this problem and if so what have you done? What has been
the long term effects? Any information would be appreciated.

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