EPPO Global Database

Plum pox virus(PPV000)

Hosts

Important note about the classification of host plants in GD:
Categories have been assigned by the EPPO Secretariat on the basis of available data at the time of entry. They correspond to a qualitative evaluation of the importance of the host plant for the pest concerned and remain indicative only.
Further explanation of categories is available in the guide.
Organism Type
Prunus armeniaca (PRNAR) Major host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.

* Glasa M, Candresse T (2005) Plum pox virus. AAB Description of Plant Viruses. No. 410. http://www.dpvweb.net/dpv/showdpv.php?dpvno=410

* Gottwald TR, Avinent L, Llácer G, Hermoso de Mendoza A, Cambra M (1995) Analysis of the spatial spread of sharka (plum pox virus) in apricot and peach orchards in eastern Spain. Plant Disease 79, 266-278.

* Martínez-Gómez P, Dicenta F, Audergon JM (2000) Behaviour of apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) cultivars in the presence of sharka (plum pox potyvirus): a review. Agronomie 20, 407-422.
Prunus domestica (PRNDO) Major host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.

* Glasa M, Candresse T (2005) Plum pox virus. AAB Description of Plant Viruses. No. 410. http://www.dpvweb.net/dpv/showdpv.php?dpvno=410

* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus persica (PRNPS) Major host
* Glasa M, Candresse T (2005) Plum pox virus. AAB Description of Plant Viruses. No. 410. http://www.dpvweb.net/dpv/showdpv.php?dpvno=410

* Gottwald TR, Avinent L, Llácer G, Hermoso de Mendoza A, Cambra M (1995) Analysis of the spatial spread of sharka (plum pox virus) in apricot and peach orchards in eastern Spain. Plant Disease 79, 266-278.

* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus salicina (PRNSC) Major host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.

* Glasa M, Candresse T (2005) Plum pox virus. AAB Description of Plant Viruses. No. 410. http://www.dpvweb.net/dpv/showdpv.php?dpvno=410

* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus (1PRNG) Host
Prunus americana (PRNAM) Host
* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus avium (PRNAV) Host
* Crescenzi A, d'Aquino L, Comes S, Nuzzaci M, Piazzolla P, Boscia D, Hadidi A (1997) Characterization of the sweet cherry isolate of Plum pox potyvirus. Plant Disease 81, 711-714.

* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.

Prunus besseyi (PRNBE) Host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.
Prunus brigantina (PRNBR) Host
* Hamdorf G (1972) Investigations on the host plant range of plum pox virus. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 24(12), 181-186 (abst.).

* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus cerasifera (PRNCF) Host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.

* Sebestyen D, Nemeth M, Hangyal R, Krizbai L, Ember I, Nyerges K, Kolber M, Kiss E, Bese G (2008) Ornamental Prunus species as new natural hosts of Plum pox virus and their importance in the spread of the virus in Hungary. Journal of Plant Pathology 90 (suppl.), S1.57-S1.61.

* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus cerasus (PRNCE) Host
* Chirkov S, Sheveleva A, Ivanov P, Zakubanskiy A (2018) Analysis of genetic diversity of Russian sour cherry Plum pox virus isolates provides evidence of a new strain. Plant Disease 102(3), 569-575.

* Glasa M, Prikhodko Y, Predajna L, Nagyova A, Shneyder Y, Zhivaeva T, Subr Z, Cambra M, Candresse T (2013) Characterization of sour cherry isolates of Plum pox virus from the Volga basin in Russia reveals a new cherry strain of the virus. Phytopathology 103, 972-979.

* Kalashyan YA, Bilkey ND, Verderevskaya TD, Rubina EV (1994) Plum pox potyvirus on sour cherry in Moldova. Bulletin OEPP/EPPO Bulletin 24, 645-649.
Prunus curdica (PRNCU) Host
Prunus domestica subsp. insititia (PRNDT) Host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.

* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus domestica subsp. italica (PRNDI) Host
Prunus dulcis (PRNDU) Host
* Dallot S, Bousalem M, Boeglin M, Renaud LY, Quiot JB (1997) Potential role of almond in sharka epidemics: susceptibility under controlled conditions to the main types of plum pox potyvirus and survey for natural infections in France. Bulletin OEPP/EPPO Bulletin 27, 539–546.

* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.
------- Almond trees can be infected by PPV but show few symptoms.

* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus glandulosa (PRNGL) Host
* Sebestyen D, Nemeth M, Hangyal R, Krizbai L, Ember I, Nyerges K, Kolber M, Kiss E, Bese G (2008) Ornamental Prunus species as new natural hosts of Plum pox virus and their importance in the spread of the virus in Hungary. Journal of Plant Pathology 90 (suppl.), S1.57-S1.61.

* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus holosericea (PRNHL) Host
* Hamdorf G (1972) Investigations on the host plant range of plum pox virus. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 24(12), 181-186 (abst.).
Prunus incisa (PRNIC) Host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.
Prunus japonica (PRNJP) Host
* Sebestyen D, Nemeth M, Hangyal R, Krizbai L, Ember I, Nyerges K, Kolber M, Kiss E, Bese G (2008) Ornamental Prunus species as new natural hosts of Plum pox virus and their importance in the spread of the virus in Hungary. Journal of Plant Pathology 90 (suppl.), S1.57-S1.61.

* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus laurocerasus (PRNLR) Host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.
Prunus mahaleb (PRNMH) Host
* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus mandshurica (PRNMN) Host
* Hamdorf G (1972) Investigations on the host plant range of plum pox virus. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 24(12), 181-186 (abst.).

* Rubio M, Dicenta F, Martinez-Gomez P, Weber WE (2008) Susceptibility to sharka (Plum pox virus) in Prunus mandshurica × P. armeniaca seedlings. Plant Breeding 122(5), 465-466.
Prunus maritima (PRNMR) Host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.
Prunus mume (PRNMM) Host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.

* Hamdorf G (1972) Investigations on the host plant range of plum pox virus. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 24(12), 181-186 (abst.).

* Oishi M, Inoue Y, Kagatsume R, Shukuya T, Kasukabe R, Oya H, Hoshino S, Ushiku S, Fujiwara Y, Motokura Y, Maeda Y (2018) First report of Plum pox virus strain M in Japan. Plant Disease 102(4), p 829.
Prunus nigra (PRNNI) Host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.
Prunus pumila (PRNPU) Host
* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus serotina (PRNSO) Host
* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus serrulata (PRNSL) Host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.

* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus sibirica (PRNSB) Host
* Hamdorf G (1972) Investigations on the host plant range of plum pox virus. Nachrichtenblatt des Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienstes 24(12), 181-186 (abst.).
Prunus simonii (PRNSI) Host
Prunus spinosa (PRNSN) Host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.
Prunus tomentosa (PRNTO) Host
* Damsteegt VD, Waterworth HE, Mink GI, Howell WE, Levy L (1997) Prunus tomentosa as a diagnostic host for detection of Plum pox virus and other Prunus viruses. Plant Disease 81, 329-332.

* Sheveleva A, Ivanov P, Gasanova T, Osipov G, Chirkov S (2018) Sequence analysis of Plum pox virus strain C isolates from Russia revealed prevalence of the D96E mutation in the universal epitope and interstrain recombination events. Viruses 10(9),  450. DOI: 10.3390/v10090450
------- Natural host (PPV-C isolate collected from Tatarstan), mild chlorosis on mature leaves. 

* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus triloba (PRNTR) Host
* Damsteegt VD, Scorza R, Stone AL, Schneider WL, Webb K, Demuth M, Gildow FE (2007) Prunus host range of Plum pox virus (PPV) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease 91, 18-23.

* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus virginiana (PRNVG) Host
* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827. 
Prunus x blireana (PRNBL) Host
* Sebestyen D, Nemeth M, Hangyal R, Krizbai L, Ember I, Nyerges K, Kolber M, Kiss E, Bese G (2008) Ornamental Prunus species as new natural hosts of Plum pox virus and their importance in the spread of the virus in Hungary. Journal of Plant Pathology 90 (suppl.), S1.57-S1.61.
Prunus x cistena (PRNCI) Host
* Stobbs LW, Van Driel L, Whybourne K, Carlson C, Tulloch M, Van Lier L (2005) Distribution of Plum pox virus in residential sites, commercial nurseries, and native plant species in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Plant Disease 89, 822-827.