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
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
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