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Identification of tomato spotted wilt virus pathotype on pepper and tomato

, : Identification of tomato spotted wilt virus pathotype on pepper and tomato. Novenyvedelem 31(11): 533-540

A severe outbreak of tomato spotted wilt tospovirus infection on tomato and Capsicum grown in plastic tunnels is reported from the Szentes region, Hungary.

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