EPPO Global Database

Iris yellow spot virus(IYSV00)

Distribution details in India

Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2014: Present, restricted distribution
First recorded in: 2002
From CABI Disease map 1011 (2014): Present, restricted distribution
According to Mandal et al. (2012), the impact of IYSV on onion in India is not known, although yield reduction was anticipated due to severe and widespread incidence of the disease in several parts of Maharashtra.

EPPO Reporting Service (2005/040) : first found in 2002 in Maharastha state.

EPPO Reporting Service (2012/038) : during surveys carried out on tospoviruses of vegetables, IYSV was also detected in Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh on onion crops.
* Gawande SJ, Gurav VS, Ingle AA, Gopal J (2014) First report of Iris yellow spot virus infecting Allium tuberosum in India. Plant Disease 98(8), p 1161.
------- Detected on Allium tuberosum in Maharashtra.

* Gawande SJ, Khar A, Lawande KE (2010) First report of Iris yellow spot virus on garlic in India. Plant Disease 94(8), p 1066.
------- Detected on garlic (Allium sativum) in Maharashra.

* Kunkalikar SR, Poojari S, Arun BM, Rajagopalan PA, Chen TC, Yeh SD, Naidu RA, Zehr UB, Ravi KS (2011) Importance and genetic diversity of vegetable-infecting tospoviruses in India. Phytopathology 101(3), 367-376.
------- Also found in Gujarat, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh on onion crops.

* Mandal B, Jain RK, Krishnareddy M, Krishna Kumar NK, Ravi KS, Pappu HR (2012) Emerging problems of Tospoviruses (Bunyaviridae) and their management in the Indian subcontinent. Plant Disease 96(4), 468-479.

* Ravi KS, Kitkaru AS, Winter S (2006) Iris yellow spot virus in onions: a new tospovirus record from India. Plant Pathology 55 (2), 288.
------- First record in India: Jalna and Nasik regions (Maharashtra).
Situation in neighbouring countries
Country State Status
Pakistan Present, restricted distribution view...