Johnni-der V2

Johnni-der V2 FA (For Foliar Application)

** Real application case of Johnni-der V2 FA

Ⅰ. Cucumber Green Mottle Mosaic Virus (CGMMV)

*CGMMV is considered to have a narrow host range which is primarily limited to cucurbit species, including watermelon, melon, cucumber, pumpkin, squash, gourds, etc.
*Virus Transmission source

Insect Sap (Mechanical) Seed Soil Etc
- ○ (with debris) ○ (Irrigation)

CGMMV which is difficult to control. Can it be now controlled by Johnni-der V2 FA!

The CGMMV could spread out to up to 80% of the plant because the roots are touching.
This virus is difficult to control because more than 80% of the virus disseminate by the root contact between plants.
Johnni-der V2 FA starts preventing the virus from the dissemination to healthy host and alleviates the viral symptoms.

*In case of heavy symptom of virus, the simultaneous application of the product for soil drench (Johnni-der V2 SOD) and the product for foliar application (Johnni-der V2 FA) provides faster and reliable effect.

◎ Host : Oriental Melon / Viral symptom alleviation

1. Symptoms & Diagnosis

- May. 2015: Confirmed the mosaic symptom in orientalmelon

- The virus was diagnosed by RT-PCR

CGMMV symptom of oriental melon

Agarose gel electrophoresis of RT-PCR

2. The result of Johnni-der V2 FA treatment

-Johnni-der V2 FA is used on peppers infected with CGMMV twice (May, 1st and 5th, 2015) in a four-day interval.
- Relieved the symptom of infected virus, thereby developed normal fruits. (CGMMV causes malformed fruits, thereby causing economic damage)

May 1, 2015
Johnni-der V2 is applied the 1st time after
virus infection is confirmed.

May 5, 2015
Johnni-der V2 is applied the 2nd time
(Confirmed symptom relief)

May 8, 2015
Confirmed normal growth & development

May 19, 2015
Developed normal fruit

◎ Host : Cucumber

1. The result of Johnni-der V2 FA treatment

Two consecutive spray of Johnni-der V2 FA onto the cucumber infected with CGMMV shows that healthy fruit appeared without disease symptom of virus.
- Cucumber CGMMV