Research in Plant Disease 2008;14(3):210-213.
Published online December 30, 2008.
벼줄무늬잎마름병의 발생 분석
이봉춘, 윤영남, 홍성준, 홍연규, 곽도연, 이종희, 여운상, 강항원, 황홍구
 
Analysis on the Occurrence of Rice stripe virus
Bong Choon Lee, Young Nam Yoon, Sung Jun Hong, Yeon Kyu Hong, Do Yeon Kwak, Jong Hee Lee, Un Sang Yae, Hwang Won Kang, Hung Goo Hwang
Abstract
The occurrence of Rice stripe virus (RSV) has been confirmed in some parts of South Korea. In the current year, this was observed to be limited in the double cropping zones of the southern region. Earlier, RSV occurred largely in the west coast regions of the country, particularly in Gangwha, Gyeonggi-do in 2001; and Buan, Jeollabuk- do and Seocheon, Chungcheongnam-do in 2007. This study was carried out to determine the nationwide extent of RSV occurrence by investigating RSV infestations in different latitudes and altitudes. Result revealed a recent reported occurrence of RSV in the southern region (Milyang, latitude 35o), a reported occurrence in the northern region (Cheolwon, latitude 38o) in 2005, and in the middle northern region of the east coast (Goseon, latitude 38o) as newly confirmed from this investigation. Results also confirmed the occurrence of RSV in a wide range of altitude from the plains (Milyang, 17 m altitude) to the alpine regions (Jinbu, 576 m) including the middle mountains (Sangju, altitude 285 m). The RSV occurrence in Jinbu in the alpine region and at Goseong and most of the northern end regions were confirmed only this year. The results of the present study confirmed that RSV is a fast-spreading disease in rice plant cultivation regions of the entire country.
Key Words: Rice stripe virus, RSV Occurrence, Rice


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