Forest Products Export Standards - Phytosanitary Requirements of India

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The information in this standard is provided on the following basis. The phytosanitary requirements found in this standard may be used as the basis of export certification. However, requirements may be changed by importing countries at any time at short notice or with no notice to New Zealand. This information is provided strictly on the basis that the Crown, the Ministry for Primary Industries, its statutory officers, employees, agents and all other persons responsible for or associated with the compilation, writing, editing, approval or publication of the information:

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Last Updated: 15 August 2016

Commodities

Note: For India's import requirements for species not included here please contact MPI Plant Exports.

Logs (Pine)

Import Permits or Declarations

Import permit NOT required.

Declarations required: 

"Free from:

  1. Branch and trunk cankers (Atropellis piniphila, A. pinicola)
  2. Pine wood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus)
  3. Cerambicid vector (Monochamus spp.)
  4. Pine beetle (Tomicus piniperda) and pine weevils (Pissodes spp.)
  5. Sirex wasp (Sirex spp)"
Certification Requirements Phytosanitary certificate required.
Prohibited Importations  
Bark Not prohibited
Insects Free from quarantine pests including:
  • Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Pinewood Nematode)
  • Monochamus spp. (Sawyer Beetle)
  •  Tomicus piniperda (Pine beetle) and Pissodes spp. (pine weevils)
  • Sirex spp. (Sirex Wasp)
Fungi Free from quarantine pests including:
  • Atropellis piniphila and Atropellis pinicola (Branch and trunk cankers)
Soil Free from soil, earth, clay, compost, sand, peat and sphagnum moss.
Other No information
Pre-Shipment Inspections Verification inspection required.
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments Fumigation or heat treatment as below.
Fumigation Methyl-bromide at:
  • 48 gm/cu.m at 21°or above for 24 hours
  • 56 gm/cu.m at 16-20° C for 24 hours
  • 64 gm/cu.m at 11-15°C for 24 hours
  • 72 gm/cu.m at 10-11° C for 24 hours
Antisapstain treatments  
Insecticide treatments  
Heat treatments Heat treatment at 56°C and above (core temperature of wood) for 30 minutes.
Preservative treatments  
Concessional Release -
General Fumigation on arrival prohibited 

Logs (Eucalypt)

Import Permits or Declarations

Import permit NOT required.

Declarations required: 

"Free from:

  1. Ctenarytaina spatulata
  2. Gonipterus scutellatus (eucalyptus snout beetle)
  3. Paropsis charybdis (eucalytpus tortoise beetle)
  4. Phoracantha recurva (eucalyptus longhorned borer)
  5. Phoracantha semipunctata (eucalyptus longhorned borer)
  6. Phytophthora cryptogea (tomato foot rot)"
Certification Requirements Phytosanitary certificate required.
Prohibited Importations  
Bark Not prohibited
Insects Free from quarantine pests including:
  • Ctenarytaina spatulata (Eucalyptus Shoot Psyllid)
  • Gonipterus scutellatus (Gum Tree Weevil)
  • Paropsis charybdis (Eucalyptus Tortoise Beetle)
  • Phoracantha recurva (Eucalyptus Longhorned Borer)
  • Phoracantha semipunctata (Eucalyptus Longhorned Borer)
Fungi Free from quarantine pests including Phytophthora cryptogea (tomato foot rot).
Soil Free from soil, earth, clay, compost, sand, peat and sphagnum moss.
Other No information
Pre-Shipment Inspections Verification inspection required.
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments  
Fumigation Methyl-bromide at:
  • 48 gm/cu.m at 21° C or above for 24 hours
  • 56 gm/cu.m at 16-20° C for 24 hours
  • 64 gm/cu.m at 11-15°C for 24 hours
  • 72 gm/cu.m at 10-11° C for 24 hours
Antisapstain treatments  
Insecticide treatments  
Heat treatments  
Preservative treatments  
Concessional Release -
General Fumigation on arrival prohibited 

Wood/ Timber - Sawn (Pine)

Import Permits or Declarations

Import permit NOT required.

Declarations required:

“Free from:

  1. Branch and trunk cankers (Atropellis piniphila, A. pinicola)
  2. Pine wood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus)
  3. Cerambicid vector (Monochamus spp.)
  4. Pine beetles (Tomicus piniperda) and pine weevils (Pissodes spp.)
  5. Sirex wasp (Sirex spp.)"
Certification Requirements Phytosanitary certificate required.
Prohibited Importations  
Bark Free of bark.
Insects Free from quarantine pests including:
  • Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Pinewood Nematode)
  • Monochamus spp. (Sawyer Beetle)
  • Tomicus piniperda (Pine beetle) and Pissodes spp. (pine weevils)
  • Sirex spp (Sirex wasp)
Fungi Free from quarantine pests including:
Atropellis piniphila and Atropellis pinicola (Branch and trunk cankers)
Soil Free from soil, earth, clay, compost, sand, peat and sphagnum moss.
Other No information
Pre-Shipment Inspections  
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments Timber shall be either fumigated, kiln dried or heat treated.
Fumigation

Methyl-bromide at:

  • 48 gm/cu.m at 21°C or above for 24 hours.
  • 56 gm/cu.m at 16-20°C for 24 hours.
  • 64 gm/cu.m at 11-15°C for 24 hours.
Antisapstain treatments  
Insecticide treatments  
Heat treatments Kiln dried or heat treated at 56°C for a minimum of 30 minutes (core temperature of wood).
Preservative treatments  
Concessional Release None.
General  

Wood/ Timber - Sawn (Douglas fir)

Import Permits or Declarations

Import permit NOT required.

Declarations required:

"Free from:

  1. Hylastes ater (Black pine bark)
  2. Hylotrupes bajulus (House longhorn beetle)
  3. Otiorhynchus ovatus (Strawberry root weevil)
  4. Pseudocoremia suavis
  5. Heterobasidion annosum
  6. Leptographium procerum (White pine root decline)
  7. Ophiostoma piceae (Vascular mycosis of oak)
  8. Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii (Swiss needle cast)"
Certification Requirements Phytosanitary certificate required.
Prohibited Importations  
Bark Free of bark.
Insects Free from quarantine pests including:
  • Hylastes ater (Black Pine Bark Beetle)
  • Hylotrupes bajulus (House Longhorn Beetle)
  • Otiorhynchus ovatus (Strawberry Root Weevil)
  • Pseudocoremia suavis
Fungi Free from quarantine pests including:
  • Heterobasidion annosum
  • Leptographium procerum (White Pine Root decline)
  • Ophiostoma piceae (Vascular Mycosis of Oak)
  • Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii (Swiss Needle Cast)
Soil Free from soil, earth, clay, compost, sand, peat and sphagnum moss.
Other No information
Pre-Shipment Inspections Verification inspection required.
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments Timber shall be either fumigated, kiln dried or heat treated.
Fumigation

Methyl-bromide at:

  • 48 gm/cu.m at 21°C or above for 24 hours.
  • 56 gm/cu.m at 16-20°C for 24 hours.
  • 64 gm/cu.m at 11-15°C for 24 hours.
Antisapstain treatments  
Insecticide treatments  
Heat treatments Kiln dried or heat treated at 56°C for a minimum of 30 minutes (core temperature of wood) and appropriately marked as 'KD' or 'HT'.
Preservative treatments  
Concessional Release None.
General  

Wood/ Timber - Chips

Import Permits or Declarations Import permit NOT required.
Certification Requirements Phytosanitary certificate NOT required for wood chips of less than 6mm thickness.

Phytosanitary certificate required for wood chips 6mm thick and over. Applications should be sent one month in advance and in triplicate.
Prohibited Importations  
Bark Shall be bark free.
Insects Free of quarantine pests.
Fungi Free of quarantine pests.
Soil Free from soil, earth, clay, compost, sand, peat and sphagnum moss.
Other -
Pre-Shipment Inspections Verification inspection is required if a phytosanitary certificate is required.
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments  
Fumigation  
Antisapstain treatments  
Insecticide treatments  
Heat treatments  
Preservative treatments  
Concessional Release None.
General Will be inspected on arrival in India for pests and diseases.

Wood Products – Reconstituted/ Plywood/ LVL/ Veneer

Import Permits or Declarations Import permit NOT required.
Certification Requirements Phytosanitary certificate NOT required.
Prohibited Importations -
Bark -
Insects Free of quarantine pests.
Fungi Free of quarantine pests.
Soil Free from soil, earth, clay, compost, sand, peat and sphagnum moss.
Other -
Pre-Shipment Inspections Verification inspection not required.
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments -
Fumigation -
Antisapstain treatments -
Insecticide treatments -
Heat treatments -
Preservative treatments -
Concessional Release -
General -

Wood Products - Packaging

Import Permits or Declarations Import permit NOT required.
Certification Requirements Wood packaging material and dunnage must be marked in accordance with ISPM 15, or be accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate.
Prohibited Importations  
Bark Wood packaging material and dunnage must be made of debarked wood in accordance with ISPM 15.
Insects Free of quarantine pests.
Fungi Free of quarantine pests.
Soil Free from soil, earth, clay, compost, sand, peat and sphagnum moss.
Other No information
Pre-Shipment Inspections Verification inspection required for wood packaging accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate.

Verification inspection NOT required for ISPM 15 compliant wood packaging.  
Approved Pre-Shipment Treatments  
Fumigation Wood packaging material and dunnage must be treated in accordance with ISPM 15.
Antisapstain treatments  
Insecticide treatments  
Heat treatments Wood packaging material and dunnage must be treated in accordance with ISPM 15.
Preservative treatments  
Concessional Release None.
General All treatments must be endorsed on the phytosanitary certificate unless marked as ISPM 15.

Quarantine Pests

Weeds

  • Allium vineale
  • Ambrosia maritima
  • Ambrosia psilostachya
  • Ambrosia trifida
  • Apera-spica-venti
  • Bromus secalinus
  • Cenchrus tribuloides
  • Centaurea diffusa
  • Centaurea maculosa
  • Centaurea solstitialis
  • Chichorium pumilum
  • Chichorium spinosum
  • Cordia curassavica
  • Cuscuta australis
  • Cynoglossum officinale
  • Echinochloa crus-pavonis
  • Froelichia floridana
  • Helianthus californicus
  • Helianthus ciliaris
  • Heliotropium amplexicaule
  • Leersia japonica
  • Matricaria perforatum
  • Monilia vacciniicorymbasi
  • Orobanche cumana
  • Polygonum cuspidatum
  • Proboscidea lovisianica
  • Salsola vermiculata
  • Senecio jacobaea
  • Solanum carolinense
  • Striga hermonthica
  • Striga spp.
  • Thesium australe
  • Thesium humiale
  • Viola arvensis

Bacteria

Scientific nameCommon name
Acidovorax avenae sub sp. avenae Bacterial blight
Acidovorax avenae sub sp. citrulli Bacterial fruit blotch
Agrobacterium rhizogenes Hairy root
Agrobacterium tumefaciens Crown gall
Agrobacterium vitis Crown gall
Burkholderia andropogoni Bacterial blight
Burkholderia caryophilli Bacterial wilt and stem cracking
Burkholderia gladioli pv. gladioli Bacterial leaf spot
Burkholderia marginalis Scab & neck rot
Burkholderia solanacearum Race 2 Moko wilt
Clavibacter michiganensis sub sp. michiganensis Bacterial canker
Clavibacter michiganensis sub sp. nebraskensis Nebraska wilt
Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. sepedonicus Bacterial ring rot of potato
Corynebacterium michiganense pv. insidiosum Bacterial wilt
Curtobacterium flaccumfaciens pv. betae Silvering disease
Curtobacterium flaccumfaciens pv. flaccumfaciens Bacterial wilt
Curtobacterium flaccumfaciens pv. oortii  
Erwinia amylovora Fire blight
Erwinia chrysanthemi Bacterial leaf spots
Erwinia chrysanthemi pv.dianthicola Slow wilt
Pantoea stewartii subsp. stewartii Stewart’s wilt
Pseudomonas atrofaciens Spike rot
Pseudomonas cepacia Slippery skin
Pseudomonas cichorii Bacterial blight
Pseudomonas fuscaviginae  
Pseudomonas marginalis pv. marginalis Marginal necrosis
Pseudomonas syringae pv. aptata Bacterial blight
Pseudomonas syringae pv. coronofaciens  
Pseudomonas syringae pv. lachrymans Angular leaf spot
Pseudomonas syringae pv. maculicola Bacterial leaf spot
Pseudomonas syringae pv. persicae syn. P. morsprunorum Bacterial die back of peach
Pseudomonas syringae pv. punctulens Bacterial pustule
Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato Bacterial leaf spot
Pseudomonas syringe pv. atrofaciens Glume rot
Pseudomonas tagetis Bacterial leaf spot
Pseudomonas viridiflava Bacterial leaf blight of tomato 
Rhodococcus fascians Pomidae fascination
Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. dieffenbachiae Bacterial blight
Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris Black rot
Xanthomonas campestris pv. pellargonii Bacterial spot
Xanthomonas campestris pv. raphanai Raphanus leaf spot
Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria Bacterial scab
Xanthomonas campestris pv. zantedeschiae Bacterial leaf spot
Xanthomonas campestris pv. zingibericola Leaf blight
Xanthomonas hortorum pv. carotae Yellow pustule & hellfire
Xanthomonas hyacinthi Bacterial blight or yellow slime
Xanthomonas fragariae Angular leaf spot
Xanthomonas melonis Soft rot
Xanthomonas vasicola pv. holcicola Bacterial leaf streak
Xanthomonas vesicatoria Bacterial leaf spot of tomato
Xylella fastidiosa Pierce's disease

Fungi

Scientific nameCommon name
Ascochyta fabae Leaf & pod spot
Atropellis piniphila Branch canker
Atropellis pinicola Trunk canker
Blumeriella jaapii Cherry leaf spot
Botryosphaeria dothidea Dothierella rot
Botryotinia fuckeliana Botrytis rot
Botryotinia polyblastis Narcissus fire
Botryosphaeria ribis Cane blight
Ceratocystis ulmi Dutch elm disease
Ceratocystis fagacearum Oak wilt
Cercospora elaeidis Freckle of oil palm
Claviceps gigantea Ergot
Claviceps purpurea Ergot
Colletotrichum coccodes Blossom blights
Colletotrichum lilii Anthracnose
Coniothyrium wernsdorfiae Brand canker
Cryphonectria parasitica Chest nut blight
Cryptosporella umbrina Brown canker
Cryptosporella viticola syn. Phomopsis viticola  
Diaporthe actinidae Phomopsis rot
Diaporthe perniciosa Phomopsis canker
Diaporthe phaseolorum var. caulivora Stem canker
Dibotryon morbosum Black knot
Didymella ligulicoa, syn. Ascochyta chrysanthemi Ray blight & stem canker
Drechslera maydis Race T Southern corn blight
Elsinoe phaseoli Scab
Embellisia allii Canker of garlic
Eutypa armeniaceae Gummosis
Exobasidium vaccinii Red leaf
Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. albedinis Bayood
Fusarium oxysporum sp. callistephi  
Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. cucumerinum Fusarial wilts
Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. elaeidis Vascular wilt
Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. narcissi Basal rot
Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. gladioli Fusarium wilt
Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lilii Fusarium wilt
Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. melonis Fusarium wilt
Gloeosporium concentricum Light leaf spot
Gnomonia fructicola Leaf blotch
Guignardia citricarpa Citrus black spot
Gymnoconia nitens Rust
Gymnosporangiumspp. Apple and pear rusts
Kabatiella caulivora Northern anthracnose
Kabatiella zeae Anthracnose
Kuehneola uredinalis Rust
Leptosphaeria maculans Black leg of cabbage
Marssonina panottoniana Anthracnose
Microsphaeria grassulariae European gooseberry mildew
Monilinia fructicola American strain Brown rot
Monilinia laxa Blossom blight & fruit rot
Mycospharella zeae-maydis  
Pantoea agglomerans Gummosis
Periconia circinata Milo disease
Peronospora dianthi Downy mildew
Peronospora dianthicola Downy mildew
Peronospora farinosa Downy mildew
Peronospora hyoscyami sp. tabacina Blue mould of tobacco
Peronospora manshurica Downy mildew
Peronospora rubi Downy mildew
Peronospora sparsa Downy mildew
Phakopsora vitis Rust
Phoma andigena Black blight of potato
Phoma medicaginis var. pinodella Black stem, leaf spot
Phomopsis longicolla Pod and stem blight
Phomopsis obscurens Phomopsis blight
Phomopsis sclerotoides Black spot
Phyllostica capitalensis Blossom blights
Phymatotrichum omnivorum Texas root rot
Physopella zeae Tropical rust
Phytophthora cryptogea Tomato foot rot
Phytophthora megasperma var. sojae Root and stem rot
Phytophthora katsurae Chestnut downy mildew
Phytophthora megakarya Black pod of cocoa
Phytophthora fragariae Red stele
Phytophthora phaseoli  
Phragmidium spp. Rust 
Phytophthora ramorum Sudden Oak death
Plasmopara halstedii Downey mildew
Plenodomus lingam Black leg of cabbage
Plowrightia ribesia Black pustule
Pseudoperonospora humuli  
Pseudopeziza ribis Leaf spot Anthracnose
Puccinia horiana White rust
Puccinia pringsheimiana Cluster cup rust
Pucciniastrum americanum Rusts
Pucciniastrum goeppertianum Witches’broom
Pucciniastrum myrtili Leaf rust
Pyrenopeziza medicaginis Yellow leaf blotch Dead arm
Sclerotinia bulborum Sclerotinia rot
Sclerotinia trifoliorum Sclerotinia wilt
Septoria cucurbitarum Septoria leaf spot
Septoria gladioli Hard rot
Septoria helianthi Leaf spot
Septoria tageticola Leaf spot
Sorosporium spaonariae Smut
Sphaerotheca mors-u-vae American gooseberry mildew
Stagnospora curtissi Leaf scorch
Synchytrium vaccinii Red gall
Tilletia contraversa Dwarf bunt
Urocystis cepulae Smut
Urocystis gladiolicola Smut
Uromyces spp. Beetroot rust
Uromyces dianthi Rust
Uromyces gladioli  
Uromyces transversalis Smut
Venturia carpophila Scab
Venturia cerasi Scab
Verticillium albo-atrum Verticillium wilt

Insects/Mites

Scientific nameCommon name
Acanthoscelides obtectus Bean bruchid
Amauromyza maculosa Burdock leaf miner
Anthonomus bisignifer Strawberry weevil
Anthonomus grandis Cotton boll weevil
Anthonomus signatus Strawberry weevil
Anthonomus speninsularis Cotton boll weevil
Anthonomus vestitus Cotton boll weevil
Artona catoxantha Coconut leaf moth
Aspidiotus nerii Aucuba scale
Bruchidius spp. Bruchids
Bactrocera tryoni Queensland fruit fly
Calepitrimerus vitis Mite, grape leaf rust
Carposina niponenosis Peach fruit moth
Caryobruchus spp. Palm kernel borer
Ceratitis capitata Mediterranean fruit fly
Conotrachelus menuphar Plum weevil
Cydia inopinata Manchurian fruit moth
Cydia molesta Oriental fruit moth
Cydia packardi Cherry fruitworm
Cydia pomonella Codling moth
Cydia prunivora Plum moth
Darna diducta Nettle caterpillar
Ephestia elutella Chocolate moth
Ephestia kuehniella Mediterranean flour moth
Epiphyas postvittana Light brown apple moth
Eumerus strigatus Narcissus bulb fly
Eumerus tubuculatus Narcissus bulb fly
Eurytoma samsonavi Apricot chalcid
Frankliniella occidentalis Western flower thrips
Hylemia antiqua Onion maggot
Hypothenemus obscurus Tropical nut borer
Hypsipyla robusta Cedar shoot borer
Hypothenemus hampei Coffee berry borer
Liriomyza huidobrensis South American leaf miner
Lymantria dispar Gypsy moth
Megastigmus spermotrophus Seed chalcid
Merodona equesteris Narcissus bulb fly
Monochamus spp. Sawyer Beetle
Pachymerus spp. Palm kernel borer
Panonychus citri Citrus red mite
Paracoccus cavaticus Mealy bug
Pissodes spp. pine weevils
Plodia interpunctella cloaked knot-horn moth
Promecotheca caeruleipennis Coconut leaf miner
Prostophonus truncatus Larger grain borer
Pseudococcus calceolariae Scarlet mealy bug
Pseudopityopthorus spp. Oak bark beetles
Rhabdolscelus obscurus Cane weevil borer
Rhagoletis spp. Mexican fruitflies
Rhyncophorus palmarum American palm weevil
Rhynchophorus vulneratus Asiatic palm weevil
Scolytus scolytus Elm bark beetle
Sirexspp. Sirex wasp
Sitophilus granarius Granary weevil
Sitophilus zeamais Maize weevil
Sophranica ventralis Coffee berry borer
Specularis impressithorax Bruchids
Stator spp. Bruchids
Tomicus piniperda Pine beetle
Tribolium confusum Confused flour beetle
Trogoderma versicolor Larger Dermestid beetle
Unaspis citri Citrus snow scale
Viteus vitifoliae, syn. Daktulosphaira vitifoliae Grapevine Phylloxera or vine louse
vitifoliae  

Nematodes

Scientific nameCommon name
Aphelenchoides fragariae Foliar nematode
Aphelenchoides ritzemabosi Foliar nematode
Rhadinaphelenchus cocophilus and its vector Rhyncophorus palmarum Red ring nematode
Bursaphelenchus xylophilus Pinewood Nematode
Cactodera cactii Cactus cyst nematode
Ditylenchus dipsaci Bulb and stem nematode
Heterodera glycines Soybean cyst nematode
Heterodera goettingiana Pea cyst nematode
Heterodera humuli Hops cyst nematode
Heterodera schachtti Beet cyst nematode
Xiphinema spp Dagger nematode
Xiphinema americanum American dagger nematode

Viruses/Plasmas

  • Alfalfa cryptic virus
  • Alfalfa mosaic virus
  • Apple chlorotic leaf spot virus
  • Apple mosaic virus
  • Apple scar skin virus
  • Apple stem grooving virus
  • Arabis Mosaic virus
  • Aster yellows
  • Barley viruses viz. Stripe mosaic (Hordeivirus), yellow dwarf (Luteovirus), yellow mosaic (Bymovirus), yellow striate mosaic (Cytorhabdovirus)
  • Beet yellows necrotic virus
  • Beetroot yellows necrotic virus (rhizomania)
  • Bidens mottle virus
  • Black current reversion virus
  • Blueberry and cranberry viruses viz., blue berry mosaic, shoe-string, red necrotic ring spot, leaf mottle, peach rosette and tomato ring spot, Phytoplasmas (blueberry stunt, witches’ broom and cranberry false blossom)
  • Broad bean viruses viz. mottle, necrosis, strain (Comovirus), true mosaic, wilt virus l & 2 (Fabavirus)
  • Cactus virus 2 (Carlavirus)
  • Cactus virus X. (Carlavirus)
  • Cadang-cadang viroid
  • Carnation viruses viz. Cryptic virus 1 & 2, Italian ring spot, latent, mottle, necrotic, stunt, yellow stripe, vein mottle, ringspot virus, rhabdovirus
  • Carrot viruses mottle dwarf, red leaf & yellow leaf
  • Celery mosaic virus
  • Cherry leaf roll virus
  • Chicory yellow mottle virus
  • Chrysanthemum viruses viz. Chlorotic mottle, stunt, vein chlorosis, virus B
  • Cowpea seed-borne viruses (bromo virus, potvirus, comovirus, carmovirus)
  • Cucumber seed-borne viruses viz. yellow, necrotic stunt, soil-borne mosaic, leaf spot, green mottle mosaic, cryptic virus
  • Cymbidium mosaic virus
  • Dahlia mosaic virus
  • Dasheen mosaic virus
  • Faba bean necrotic yellows virus
  • Fatal wilt or hart rot (Phytomonas staheli)
  • Gooseberry vein banding virus
  • Grapevine viruses: Luteovirus, Nepovirus, Closterovirus, Trichovirus, Potyvirus
  • Hosta virus X
  • Hop viruses
  • Hydrangea ring spot virus
  • Hyacinth mosaic virus (Potyvirus)
  • Iris virus (Potyvirus)
  • Leaf mottle virus
  • Lethal bud rot or sudden wilt [Marchites sorpresiva (phytoplasmas)]
  • Lily viruses lily rosette, lily symptom less, tulip breaking and lily curl stripe
  • Maize chlorotic dwarf machlovirus
  • Narcissus viruses
  • Odontoglosum ring spot virus
  • Onion yellow dwarf virus (Potyvirus)
  • Orchid fleck virus
  • Palm lethal yellowing phytoplasma
  • Pea viruses viz. early-browning, enation mosaic, green mottle, mild mosaic, seed-borne mosaic (Potyvirus
  • Pelargonium viruses viz. flower break virus, leaf curl virus, vein clearing virus and zonate spot virus
  • Pepper (Capsicum) viruses viz. mild mosaic, mild mottle, ring spot, severe mosaic and veinal mottle
  • Pepino mosaic virus
  • Phyllody and yellows (phytoplasmas)
  • Potato spindle tuber viroid
  • Raspberry viruses such as raspberry ring spot, leaf mottle, leaf spot, bushy dwarf, leaf curl, raspberry (black) necrosis, vein chlorosis & yellow dwarf, arabis mosaic and straw berry shoestring Rose streak virus
  • Ribes viruses viz., black current reversion, gooseberry vein banding, raspberry ring spot, arabis mosaic, and strawberry latent ring spot
  • Rose wilt virus
  • Squash mosaic virus
  • Sorghum viruses viz. chlorotic spot, mosaic
  • Soybean viruses viz. mosaic, dwarf, crinkle leaf, chlorotic mottle,cucumber mosaic, stunt, poty, tobacco ring spot, tobacco streak, tobacco black ring
  • Stone viruses viz. Prunus necrotic ring spot, Prunus virus S
  • Strawberry viruses viz., vein banding, crinkle leaf (rhabdovirus), mild yellow edge latent ring spot virus (nepovirus), latent C, strawberry green petal
  • Sunflower viruses viz. crinkle, mosaic, yellow blotch
  • Tomato aspermy virus
  • Tomato black ring virus
  • Tomato bushy stunt virus
  • Tulip viruses viz. band breaking, chlorotic blotch, virus x and other seed borne viruses
  • Vanilla mosaic virus
  • Viruses/ phytoplasmas affecting Pomidae
  • Watermelon viruses viz. chlorotic stunt, curly mottle, mosaic virus 2
  • Zantadeschia mosaic virus
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