Expansion of <i>Groundnut ringspot virus</i> Host and Geographic Ranges in Solanaceous Vegetables in Peninsular Florida

Fig. 1. Symptoms observed in pepper plants infected with Groundnut ringspot virus include chlorotic and necrotic spots on newly developed leaves (A, B, C, and D), deformation of leaves (A) and fruits (B and C), and overall stunting of plants (D). Infected plant in (D) is in middle with asymptomatic plants shown on left and right for size comparison.



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Expansion of Groundnut ringspot virus Host and Geographic Ranges in Solanaceous Vegetables in Peninsular Florida