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Carnation / Dianthus

Key warning symptoms:

  • Mottle

  • Yellow flecks or streaks

  • Stunting

  • Necrotic spotting

  • Deformation

Carnation mottle virus, the virus most frequently found in carnation samples, can cause symptomless infection in large varieties raised for cut flowers, but often causes mottle and stunting in miniature varieties. The virus is highly infectious and can be transmitted by plant to plant contact or by propagating infected plants.

Severe symptoms, including stunting, mosaic and overall poor quality, can be caused by a combined infection with Carnation mottle virus and Carnation necrotic fleck virus. Carnation necrotic fleck virus alone typically causes yellow or brown flecks or streaks on leaves, but is often symptomless in miniature varieties.

 

Fungal Diseases - PCR

  • Botrytis cinerea (Bcin) (Gray mold)

  • Fusarium graminearum (Fgra) (Stem rot)

  • Fusarium oxysporum(Foxy) (Fusarium wilt)

  • Phytopthora spp. (Phyt)(Phytophthora wilt) 

  • Pythium spp  (Pyth)(Root rot)

  • Pythium ultimum (Pult) (Root rot)

  • Rhizoctonia solani (Rsol) (Stem rot) 

  • Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Sscl) (Flower rot)

  • Stemphylium botryosum (Calyx rot)  

Carnation/Dianthus Virus Screen -ELISA

  • Alfalfa mosaic virus (AMV)

  • Carnation etched ring virus (CERV)

  • Carnation latent virus (CLV)

  • Carnation mottle virus (CarMV)

  • Carnation necrotic fleck virus (CNFV)

  • Carnation ringspot virus (CRSV)

  • Impatiens necrotic spot virus (INSV)

  • Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV)

Other virus tests available for carnation/dianthus

  • Arabis mosaic virus (ArMV) ELISA

  • Carlavirus group test (CarLa) PCR

  • Chrysanthemum chlorotic mottle viroid (CChMVd) ELISA 

  • Nepovirus group test (Nepo) PCR

  • Peanut stunt virus (PSV) ELISA

  • Potato virus M (PVM) ELISA 

  • Potyvirus group test (Poty) PCR

  • Strawberry latent ringspot virus (SLRSV) ELISA

  • Tobamovirus group test (Tobamo) PCR 

  • Tomato bushy stunt virus (TBSV) ELISA