For the purposes of WAC 16-302-245
, the following definitions shall apply in addition to the definitions found in chapter 16-301
"Adzuki bean" means Vigna angularis.
"Dominant I-gene cultivar" means a cultivar that has resistance to all known strains of bean common mosaic virus (B.C.M.V.) due to the presence of the dominant I-gene. Dominant I-gene cultivars will not show mosaic mottle symptoms or transmit the virus through seed when inoculated with any strain of B.C.M.V.
means those viral, fungal, and bacterial diseases of beans enumerated in WAC 16-301-380
and any new variations or strains of these identified in the future.
"Recessive I-gene cultivar" means a cultivar that may be susceptible to some strains of bean common mosaic virus and may show mosaic mottle symptoms.
"Seed-borne viral diseases" includes bean common mosaic virus, adzuki common mosaic virus, and other similar viral diseases causing mosaic mottle and other symptoms similar to those of bean common mosaic virus.
[Statutory Authority: Chapters 15.49
RCW. WSR 02-12-060, § 16-302-250, filed 5/30/02, effective 6/30/02. Statutory Authority: RCW 15.49.005
(3) and chapter 17.24
RCW. WSR 00-24-077, § 16-302-250, filed 12/4/00, effective 1/4/01.]