EPPO Global Database

Tomato ringspot virus(TORSV0)

Distribution details in Iran

Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2015: Present, widespread
From CABI Disease map 771 (2015): Present, no details
* Ghotbi T, Shahraeen N (2008) Incidence of nepoviruses in ornamentals in Markazi and Tehran provinces in Iran. Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on virus diseases of ornamental plants, Haarlem, NL, 2008-04-20/24, p 53.

* Golnaraghi, A.R.; Shahraeen, N.; Pourrahim, R.; Farzadfar, S.; Ghasemi, A. (2002) First report of the natural occurrence of eight viruses affecting soybeans in Iran. Plant Pathology, 51(6), p 794.

* Moini AA, Roumi V, Masoumi M, Izadpanah (2010) Widespread occurrence of Tomato ringspot virus in deciduous fruit trees in Iran. 21st International Conference on virus and other graft transmissible diseases of fruit crops (2009-07-05/10, Neustadt, DE). Julius-Kühn-Archiv no. 427, 127-128.

* Pourrahim, R.; Rakhshandehro, F.; Farzadfar, S.; Golnaraghi, A. R. (2004) Plant Pathology 53 (2), 237.
------- Tehran. First record. On grape (Vitis vinifera).

* Rakhshandehroo, F.; Pourrahim, R.; Zadeh, H. Z.; Rezaee, S.; Mohammadi, M. (2005) Journal of Phytopathology 153 (7/8), 480-484.
------- Orumeyeh District.

* Safaeizadeh M, Saidi A (2011) First report of Tomato ringspot virus on tomato in Iran. Journal of Plant Pathology 93(4S), S4.78.
------- On tomato in the Khuzestan province.

* Sattary M, Rakhshanderoo F, Mozafari J (2015) First report of a mosaic disease caused by Tomato ringspot virus on rose and lamond plants in Iran. Journal of Plant Pathology 97(2), p 393.
------- On rose and almond in Fars province.

* Sokhansanj Y, Rakhshandehroo F, Pourrahim R (2012) First report of Tomato ringspot virus on eggplant in Iran. Journal of Plant Pathology 94(suppl.), S4.94.
------- On Solanum melongena in the province of Tehran.
Situation in neighbouring countries
Country State Status
Pakistan Present, no details view...
Turkey Present, restricted distribution view...