Regional Pest Alert - Blueberry Shock Virus (Unit=50)
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Blueberry shock virus was first observed in the U.S. in 1987 in blueberry plants growing in Washington. It has since been found throughout the Pacific Northwest and more recently in midwestern and northeastern blueberry growing areas. Since 2014 blueberry shock virus has also been detected in cranberries growing in the same regions.
National Pest Alert, "Regional Pest Alert - Blueberry Shock Virus (Unit=50)" (2018). Extension and Outreach Publications. 734.
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