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IPM-201: Unique Challenges for Florida Growers in Tomato and Pepper Production

Figure 3. A tomato plant infected with Tomato yellow leaf curl virus, left, stands next to a disease-resistant plant developed by UF/IFAS. Once infected with the disease, tomato plants no longer grow normally, and no longer produce marketable fruit.

Credit: Ernest Hiebert