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  [Aroid-l] Varigated ZZ`s and more.
From: mmarcotr at email.smith.edu (Michael Marcotrigiano) on 2007.11.02 at 20:30:10(16647)
the only virus I know that is graft transmissible and does not do that much harm (besides slowing it down a bit) is Abutilon mosaic virus which is in a few cultivars of variegated Abutilon. There are many aroid viruses that cause mottled yellowing that has no defined sectors and no pattern and are really not nice to have!

>>> Adam Black 11/2/2007 1:55 AM >>>
I know that plants with certain viral infections can take on a
variegated appearance before the plant wastes away, but I seem to recall
mention somewhere of a controversial method of inoculating plants with a
particular virus that produces the variegated appearance yet supposedly

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