EPPO Global Database

Tomato ringspot virus(TORSV0)

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
Pelargonium x hortorum (PELZO) Major host
Prunus persica (PRNPS) Major host
Rubus idaeus (RUBID) Major host
* Braun A, Keplinger J (1973): Seed transmission of Tomato ringspot virus in raspberry. Plant Disease Reporter 57, 431-432.
Stellaria media (STEME) Wild/Weed
Taraxacum officinale (TAROF) Wild/Weed
* Mountain W, Powell C, Forer L & Stouffer R (1983): Transmission of Tomato ringspot virus from dandelion via seed and dagger nematodes. Plant Disease 67, 867-868.
Aquilegia vulgaris (AQIVU) Host
* Samuitienė M & Navalinskienė M (2001) Nepoviruses and their influence on field floriculture. Biologija 4, 43-45.
Delphinium sp. (DELSS) Host
* Samuitienė M & Navalinskienė M (2001) Nepoviruses and their influence on field floriculture. Biologija 4, 43-45.
Fragaria x ananassa (FRAAN) Host
Fraxinus americana (FRXAM) Host
Gladiolus (1GLAG) Host
Helleborus foetidus (HLLFO) Host
* Samuitienė M & Navalinskienė M (2001) Nepoviruses and their influence on field floriculture. Biologija 4, 43-45.
Hosta sp. (HSTSS) Host
* Samuitienė M & Navalinskienė M (2001) Nepoviruses and their influence on field floriculture. Biologija 4, 43-45.
Hydrangea macrophylla (HYEMA) Host
Iris sp. (IRISS) Host
* Samuitienė M & Navalinskienė M (2001) Nepoviruses and their influence on field floriculture. Biologija 4, 43-45.
Malus (1MABG) Host
Pelargonium (1PELG) Host
* Hollings M, Stone O & Dale W (1972): Tomato ringspot virus in Pelargonium in England. Plant pathology 21, 46-47.

* Kemp W (1969): Detection of Tomato Ringspot Virus in Pelargonium in Ontario. Canadian Plant Disease Survey 49, 1-4.
Prunus (1PRNG) Host
Prunus avium (PRNAV) Host
Prunus domestica (PRNDO) Host
Prunus dulcis (PRNDU) Host
Punica granatum (PUNGR) Host
Ribes nigrum (RIBNI) Host
* Špak J, Koloniuk I, Tzanetakis IE (2021) Graft-Transmissible Diseases of Ribes–Pathogens, Impact, and Control. Plant disease, 105(2), 242-250.
Ribes uva-crispa (RIBUC) Host
Rosa (1ROSG) Host
Rubus (1RUBG) Host
Rubus fruticosus (RUBFR) Host
Rubus laciniatus (RUBLA) Host
Solanum lycopersicum (LYPES) Host
Solanum tuberosum (SOLTU) Host
Trifolium sp. (TRFSS) Host
* Chatzivassiliou EK (2021) An annotated list of legume-infecting viruses in the light of metagenomics. Plants 10(7):1413. https://doi.org/10.3390/plants10071413
Vaccinium corymbosum (VACCO) Host
Viola cornuta (VIOCO) Host
* Samuitienė M & Navalinskienė M (2001) Nepoviruses and their influence on field floriculture. Biologija 4, 43-45.
Vitis vinifera (VITVI) Host
* Martelli GP (2017) An overview of grapevine viruses, viroids and the diseases they cause. In: Meng B, Martelli GP, Golino DA, Fuchs M (eds), Grapevine Viruses: Molecular Biology, Diagnostics and Management, Springer pp. 31-46.
woody plants (2WOOP) Host
Chenopodium giganteum (CHEGI) Experimental
Chenopodium quinoa (CHEQU) Experimental
Cucumis sativus (CUMSA) Experimental
Gomphrena globosa (GOMGL) Experimental
Nicotiana tabacum (NIOTA) Experimental
Petunia x hybrida (PEUHY) Experimental
Phaseolus vulgaris (PHSVX) Experimental
Prunus tomentosa (PRNTO) Experimental
Vigna unguiculata (VIGSI) Experimental