Iris yellow spot virus
Iris yellow spot virus is a plant pathogen transmitted by thrips often infecting garlic, onion, leek, and iris. Symptoms include characteristic yellow-colored lesions on leaves, necrotic lesions, and reduced vigor and bulb size.
Signs of damage:
A range of lesions can occur including concentric oblong light oval-shaped rings (early sign), light green diamond-shaped areas, concentric green and tan oval-shaped rings, tan necrotic spots, and green islands within tan necrotic spots. Damage can reduce harvest yield and grade of onions.
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