Hop Latent Viroid Test Kit

Results in less than 72hs.
Highest accuracy
Digital collection platform
Hop Latent Viroid Test Kit

Test your plants with us today

Hop Latent viroid test kitWe know how expensive it is to test all your plants. That is why MyFloraDNA created a cost-efficient solution, to bring you the best price in the industry for a fast and accurate Hop Latent Viroid Test. Use our Hop Latent Viroid test kit and avoid transmission today.


Hop Latent Viroid Test Kit

Analysis kit

Most accurate results

Testing your plants with our Hop Latent Viroid test kit has never been easier.

We send the Collection Kit directly to your address, no matter where you are. You will only have to collect the samples needed to test and send them back to us. In less than 72hs your results will be ready and sent directly to you.

of your garden may be infected with HpLVd
HpLVd is a silent viroid that may not show signs of infection. Our tests are capable of detecting Hop Latent Viroid in symptomatic and asymptomatic plants in less than 72 hours.

Hop Latent Viroid Symptoms

Growth stunting Reduced trichomes and resin production Brittle stems Reduced bud development Curling and yellow leaves Necrotic tissue
Growth stunting
Reduced trichomes and resin production
Brittle stems
Reduced bud development
Curling and yellow leaves
Necrotic tissue
of California nurseries
are infected with Hop Latent Viroid

Currently, Hop Latent Viroid is the most devastating pathogen in the industry. Removing infected plants to avoid transmission is the highest priority for nurseries, breeders and growers.

MyFloraDNA is using a high-throughput method to detect the presence or absence of this pathogen in hundreds of samples in just a few hours.
HpLVd Analysis Flower

Hop Latent Viroid Test

Mechanical Transmission is the most common way HLV spreads through gardens. This is because infected tools and equipment used on healthy plants can cause the viroid to circulate to healthy neighboring plants. To reduce the possibility of contamination, cultivators should always sterilize their equipment before working on new plants.

Hop Latent Viroid transmission is also caused by pollination and pests (bugs, red spiders, etc.).

It’s vital to test mother plants. Clones coming from infected plants may contain Hop Latent Viroid due to RNA transmission of the viroid.

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Protecting your crops, by avoiding transmission from incoming clones, seeds and seedings

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Why should you test your plants?

Hop Latent Viroid is an infectious RNA single-stranded viroid

HpLVd is a disease most commonly found in Hops, but can also infect cannabis, even causing more damage to the plant.

Hop Latent Viroid may or may not show visual symptoms

Some of the symptoms are dwarfed plants, loose buds with fewer trichomes, malformations, and brittle stems. But be careful, HLV is a silent viroid that may not show visual signs of infection but still affect the quality and quantity produced by the plant.

Hop Latent Viroid Treatment

When an infected plant is detected, it has to be removed from the growing facility as soon as possible. The only way cure the hop latent viroid infected plant is through a lengthy tissue culture process that will produce a new viroid-free plant.

Collection App

A time saving app that allows our clients to easily submit the samples through the digitalization of the collection samples proccess by using a smartphone, tablet or computer. After collecting, you send back the Hop Latent Viroid kit, and in 72hs you’ll receive your results. Contact us!

Digitalized collection process

Avoid spending valuable time with paper or spreadsheets. Welcome to the New Era!

Virtual instructions

This tool allows our clients an easy way to understand our new digital process.

Scan METRC codes

This feature allows users to scan METRC codes associated with each sample’s plant.

Manual scanning

It is also possible to register your samples manually, using your own labeling system.