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

Fig. 2. Symptoms observed in tomatillo plants infected with Groundnut ringspot virus include necrosis of terminal growing points of plants (A), chlorotic/necrotic rings and interveinal chlorosis on leaves (B), necrotic lesions on stems (B), and necrotic rings and spots on fruit husks (C).



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