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Record number 451639
Title Komkommerbontvirus en recirculatie van drainwater
Author(s) Stijger, I.; Hamelink, R.
Source Bleiswijk : Wageningen UR Glastuinbouw (Rapport / Wageningen UR Glastuinbouw 1281) - 20
Department(s) Greenhouse Horticulture
WUR GTB Gewasgezondheid
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) cucumis sativus - komkommers - komkommerbontvirus - irrigatiewater - desinfecteren - waterkwaliteit - teeltsystemen - bedrijfshygiëne - bemonsteren - cucumis sativus - cucumbers - cucumber green mottle mosaic virus - irrigation water - disinfestation - water quality - cropping systems - industrial hygiene - sampling
Categories Fruit Vegetables / Water Quality
Abstract In het onderzoek is vastgesteld dat komkommerbontvirus via water kan worden verspreid. Lang voordat er symptomen op de plant verschijnen, kan deze verspreiding al plaatsvinden. Het is dus zaak om al het drainwater te ontsmetten om zo een verspreiding van komkommerbontvirus tegen te gaan. Daarnaast moet bij een teeltwisseling er voor worden gezorgd dat al het wortelmateriaal grondig wordt verwijderd. In this project it has been determined that cucumber green mottle mosaic virus could spread by water. The spread of the virus already takes place long before any symptoms on the leaves appear. So it is very important to disinfect all the drain water to prevent the spread of cucumber green mottle mosaic virus. In addition it is necessary to ensure that all root material is thoroughly removed during crop rotation.
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