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Population fluctuation of whiteflies and its relation to tomato yellow mosaic in one location in Venezuela



Population fluctuation of whiteflies and its relation to tomato yellow mosaic in one location in Venezuela



Fitopatologia Venezolana 6(1): 21-26



Populations of adult whiteflies (Bemisia tabaci) captured on 4 columnar sticky yellow traps placed at 4 cardinal points around experimental plots of 8 tomato cultivars were used in studies on tomato yellow mosaic bigiminivirus (TYMV) transmission. Tomato hybrid Duke showed greater disease incidence than cultivar Macero 11. Other cultivars (Romanova, Roma VFN, Castle bloque, Rio Grande, C-38 and Roma Gigante) showed intermediate levels of disease incidence.

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