Fairly low virus yellows pressure so far - ITB

L'Institut Technique de la Betterave
Thursday, July 13, 2023
Sugar beet sown in France in March until the beginning of April developed symptoms of virus yellow from June 15, but with a severity that remained below 5% until the beginning of July. Over the past week, the severity of certain sites has increased, affecting up to 10% of the plot area. To date, only a very limited sector to the south-east of Chartres shows pronounced symptoms of jaundice, up to 40% of the area affected. The first viral analyzes carried out in June in the Center region indicate a strong presence of the BYV virus, and to a lesser extent of BtMV.
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