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Carnation/Dianthus

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Pathogen Name Acronym Test Format  

Recommended Tests

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Alfalfa Mosaic Virus AMV TAS ELISA

Carnation Etched Ring Virus

CERV

DAS ELISA
Carnation Latent Virus CLV TAS ELISA

Carnation Mottle Virus

CarMV

DAS ELISA
Carnation Necrotic Fleck Virus CNFV  

Carnation Ringspot Virus

CRSV

DAS ELISA
Impatiens Necrotic Spot Virus  INSV DAS ELISA
Potyvirus Group Test POTY Indirect ELISA

Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus

TSWV

DAS ELISA

Other Tests

Arabis Mosaic Virus ArMV DAS ELISA
Peanut Stunt Virus PSV DAS ELISA
Phytophthora Phyt TAS ELISA
Potato Virus M PVM TAS ELISA
Strawberry Latent Ringspot Virus SLRSV DAS ELISA

Tomato Bushy Stunt Virus

TBSV

DAS ELISA

Information on the pathogens

Pathogen Name Occurring Transmission

Alfalfa Mosaic Virus (AMV)

Less commonly Aphids, mechanical
Arabis Mosaic Virus (ArMV) Less commonly Nematodes, mechanical

Carnation Etched Ring Virus (CERV)

Commonly Aphids, mechanical

Carnation Mottle Virus (CarMV)

Most commonly Mechanical

Carnation Ringspot Virus (CRSV)

Commonly Nematodes, mechanical

Potyviruses Group Test (POTY)

Commonly Aphids, mechanical

Strawberry Latent Ringspot Virus (SLRSV)

Rarely Nematodes, mechanical
Tobacco Ringspot Virus (TRSV) Less commonly Nematodes, mechanical
Impatiens Necrotic Spot Virus (INSV)    
Carnation Latent Virus (CLV)    
Canation Necrotic Fleck Virus (CNFV)    
Peanut Stunt Virus (PSV)    
Potato Virus M (PVM)    
Tomato Bushy Stunt Virus (TBSV)    
Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV)    

Indicating symptoms of pathogen infection

The most common symptoms on Carnation/ Dianthus by the pathogen infection are:
    - Mottling
    - Chlorotic or necrotic streaks
    - Flecks
    - Yellowing
    - Mosaic
    - Plant stunting
    - Leaf deformation

Contact us for help

If you have any questions about pathogen infections of your crops, please contact us by phone at (479) 595-0320 or by e-mail: testing@acdiainc.com.  Our professional staff will be happy to help you.  

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