|Title:||Control strategy for rice stripe virus transmitted by small brown plant hopper (Laodelphax striatellus)||Authors:||Mitsuru Okuda
|Keywords:||rice stripe virus;small brown plant hopper;resistant cultivars;insecticides;control measures||Issue Date:||Dec-2018||Publisher:||農業試驗所||Start page/Pages:||153-158||Source:||Proceedings of the 2018 International Symposium on Proactive Technologies for Enhancement of Integrated Pest Management of Key Crops||Conference:||2018 強化作物關鍵有害生物整合管理之前瞻技術國際研討會專刊||Abstract:||
Rice stripe virus (RSV) causes chlorotic stripes, mottling, and necrotic streaks on rice leaves (Oryza sativa), resulting in a loss of production. RSV disease mainly occurs in Asian countries, including Taiwan, Japan, Korea, and China. In Japan, the disease devastated rice production from 1960 to 1985, and subsided thereafter owing to the introduction of new varieties resistant to RSV. However, its incidence has begun to increase again since 2004. Its vector, small brown plant hopper (Laodelphax striatellus, SBPH) persistently transmit RSV, and transmitted it from female adults to their progeny via egg. In this presentation, the molecular characteristics of transovarial transmission of RSV in SBPH are introduced. Countermeasures including adjusted timing of pesticide application and use of resistant varieties are discussed.
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