FABA BEAN VIRUSES

Alfalfa mosaic virus (AMV): Chlorosis in new shoots, leaf rolling, red ringspots on leaves and plant stunting.

Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV): Symptoms are variable and range from no symptoms to systemic necrosis to plant death.

Bean yellow mosaic virus (BYMV): Mosaic, dark green islands, vein banding, (Figure 10.9).

Pea seed-borne mosaic virus (PSbMV): Mosaic, vein banding, dark green islands, (Figure 10.10).

Bean leafroll virus (BLRV): Rolling of leaves inwards with thick and leathery leaves and stunting of the plant, (Figure 10.11).

Subterranean clover stunt virus (SCSV): Infected bean plants remain very stunted and yellowish, (Figure 10.12).

Figure 10.9 Mosaic symptoms of BYMV in Faba bean

 

Figure 10.10 Mosaic symptoms of PSbMV in faba bean

 

Figure 10.11 Yellowing, leaf rolling and stunting symptoms of BLRV in faba bean

 

Figure 10.12 Stunting and yellow symptoms of SCSV in faba bean

FIELD PEA VIRUSES

LENTIL VIRUSES