Risks of spreading of new viral and bacterial diseases of vegetable crops in the Russian Federation through greenhouse production

UDC 633.11:632.488

A.N. Ignatov, G.G. Chelidze, K.S. Vorobyova

Seeds, planting material, including seedlings produced in other greenhouses, warehouse products from other regions and countries, stored within greenhouses facilities, water used for irrigation and preparation of working solution in hydroponic plant culture, and sometimes – workers in greenhouses with direct contact with infected plants outside the greenhouses were the main ways of introduction of new plant diseases. A long incubation period for viruses and bacterial diseases, instrumental methods (ELISA, PCR) needed to identify the pathogen are the main problems of correct identification for the source of infection.

Keywords: bacteria, viruses of plants, agrocenosis.

A.N. Ignatov (author for correspondence), DSc, deputy general director for research work, Research Center «PhytoEngineering». E-mail: an.ignatov@gmail.com

G.G. Chelidze, specialist, Research Center «Phytoengineering». E-mail: winnyduff@gmail.com

K.S. Vorobyova, specialist, Research Center «PhytoEngineering». E-mail: i.evsevia@gmail.com

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For citing: Ignatov A.N., Chelidze G.G., Vorobyova K.S. Risks of spreading of new viral and bacterial diseases of vegetable crops in the Russian Federation through greenhouse production. Potato and Vegetables. 2019. No4. Pp. 18-21.

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