CymMV + ORSV
When infected, the plants often display mosaic spots and necrotic streaks.
Scope of application
: RT 10132050
: Agitest Plant Virus Rapid Test - 2 in 1 Cymbidium Mosaic Virus and
Odontoglossum Ringspot Virus
: Plant field, orchid breeding, tissue culture, quarantine screening
: Less than 15 minutes
: 50 test strips per box
Cymbidium Mosaic Virus (CymMV) and Odontoglossum Ringspot Virus (ORSV) are common and important orchid viruses. After infection of the two viruses, the orchid plants often display with mosaic spots and necrotic streaks. The growth rate of plants is slowed down due to virus infection and the appearance is also affected. Infection of CymMV and ORSV greatly impacts orchid production and goods quality, resulting in significant economic loss. Therefore, it is extremely important to detect and control both viruses infection in tissue culture or graft production.
Agitest Plant Virus Rapid Test - 2 in 1 Cymbidium Mosaic Virus and Odontoglossum Ringspot Virus, provides a convenient, fast and easy way to test for CymMV and ORSV while providing both high specificity and sensitivity.
Combining CymMV and ORSV on one single strip is time saving and cost effective. Instrument and experience are not required to perform the test. The test is thus an ideal orchid virus diagnostic tool for tissue culture labs, farmers and hobbyists.
Sensitivity an Specificity in different
Agitest Plant Virus Rapid Test - 2 in 1 CymMV & ORSV is currently available for online shopping on Taiwantrade.com. Before go through shopping, please register as a Taiwantrade membership .
There are a number of test kits on the market today. In my opinion, the best and most accurate test kit available is the Agitest CymMV & ORSV 2 in 1 Rapid Test manufactured by Rega Biotechnology of Taiwan . . . . . . (full text)
Douglas Overstree, California, 2019-10
I’ve been using the Rega Biotechnology Agitest Kits for some time now and have found them very effective in detecting Cymbidium Mosiac Virus (CymMV) and Oncidium Ringspot Virus (ORSV) . . . . . . (full text)
Teresa Bourke, NSW Australia, 2019-09