How is cassava mosaic treated?

How do you control cassava disease?

It can be controlled by using varieties with good tolerance, soaking stakes in hot water before planting, sterilizing tools with disinfectant, and intercropping to reduce plant-to-plant dissemination. Viral diseases are usually transmitted through infected planting material.

How do you remove poison from cassava?

Pounding or crushing cassava leaves and then boiling them in water is an efficient process for removal of cyanogens. Indeed, about 97% of cyanogenic glucosides are removed and cyanohydrin and free cyanide are completely removed (Nambisan 1994).

What are the health benefits of cassava leaves?

Benefits and nutritional profile of cassava

Cassava is a good source of vitamin C, thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin. The leaves, which are also edible if a person cooks them or dries them in the sun, can contain up to 25% protein.

How do I get rid of mosaic virus in my garden?

There is NO CURE for the Mosaic Virus. Once it infects a plant, there is no saving it. Your best course of action is to remove the entire plant completely, and destroy it. Be sure to clean and disinfect any garden tools used during the clean-out.

Does mosaic virus stay in soil?

The virus often appears following cool conditions that favor aphid flights. Unlike TMV (tobacco mosaic virus), CMV is not seedborne in tomato and does not persist in plant debris in the soil or on workers’ hands or clothing.

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Which disease in cassava is caused by a virus?

Cassava frogskin disease (CFSD) is a virus- like disease that affects cassava and was first reported from southern Colombia (Pineda et al., 1983).

What does mosaic virus do?

THE TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS

Tobacco mosaic virus causes a mottled browning of tobacco leaves, and accordingly is of major economic importance. It also infects other crops, most notably tomatoes. The virus is spread mechanically from infected plants to scratched or damaged leaves of normal plants.

What causes African cassava mosaic virus?

Cause. African cassava mosaic virus is transmitted by a whitefly.