Tomato Infectious Chlorosis Virus

The leaves of infected plants become yellow or red between the veins, stunted, and rolled. Symptoms generally occur on older leaves, while new growth continues to appear normal. As the disease progresses, interveinal necrosis can occur and the leaves become characteristically brittle, thick, and crisp.

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Presence among species

AgentsSusceptible host
Tomato infectious chlorosis virusSolanum lycopersicum (Pythozome V13)