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High plains disease (HPV)

Emaravirus High Plains Wheat Mosaic Virus

High plains disease (HPV) (Emaravirus High Plains Wheat Mosaic Virus) is a viral pathogen of maize and winter wheat. It was first detected in Montana in 2009.

Plants show some stunting, purple leaf tips and margins and numerous chlorotic spots.

For more information about this plant pest, see the CABI data sheet.
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