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Tobacco Mosaic Virus Control

Tobacco Mosaic Virus – TMV – is a plant disease that negatively impacts solanaceous crops, which include tobacco, tomato, pepper and potato.  Managing TMV is essential to ensure ongoing productive and reliable research on solanaceous crops.  TMV will always be an issue unless the CALS research community takes appropriate steps to control the virus.  

Please reference the following materials as we work together to minimize the incidence and spread of TMV:

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