Tospoviruses in Solanaceae and Other Crops in the Coastal Plain of Georgia (B 1354)
The study of tospoviruses and their transmission is a crucial need for agriculture because of the wide range of crops affected, the severity of damage caused by the viruses, the difficulty in preventing virus transmission and ultimately the economic impact resulting from infection. The challenges presented by tospoviruses are growing, and what began as a regional issue has developed national and international implications. This report is a compilation of the most recent research coming from the University of Georgia’s Tifton Campus, located in the coastal plain region of the Southeast.
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