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How Does the Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus Attack Tomato Plants?

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Disease Spread The tomato spotted wilt virus, or TSWV, is a virus that destroys the stems, leaves and flesh of tomatoes. Though the tomato is one of its most common host, over 900 plants are susceptible to TSVW, including important commercial crops
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