First Report of <i>Tomato chlorotic spot virus</i> (TCSV) in Tomato, Pepper and Jimsonweed in Puerto Rico

Fig. 1. Symptoms of Tomato chlorotic spot virus infection in Puerto Rico include: (A) necrotic spots on, and wilting and death of, tomato leaves; (B) chlorotic and necrotic spots on, and deformation of, bell pepper leaves; and (C) chlorotic and necrotic rings on older jimsonweed leaves (often first appearing near the petiole, and subsequently extending down the leaf blade), and chlorosis and distortion of younger leaves.



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First Report of Tomato chlorotic spot virus (TCSV) in Tomato, Pepper and Jimsonweed in Puerto Rico