Virus yellows appears in sugar beet south of Paris

L'Institut Technique de la Betterave (ITB)
Wednesday, July 28, 2021
At the beginning of July 2021, the first symptoms of virus yellow disease were observed in a very concentrated area (mainly in Loir-et-Cher). These symptoms were observed in plots sown around March 20 (which did not require reseeding following the April frost), ie 100 days after sowing. They appeared in fields with or without NNI seed coating protection. Symptoms are observable on 15 to 20% of the surfaces of the Center zone. The areas developing jaundice stains would only concern 500 hectares.
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