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SYMPTOMS AND PREVALENCE OF TOMATO SPOTTED WILT VIRUS (TSWV) INFECTION IN BANGLADESH (Pages : 51 - 58)

A. FAROOQ AND A. M. AKANDA

An attempt was made to study the symptoms of Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV) and prevalence of its infection on eight tomato varieties namely BARI-T1 (Manik), BARI-T2 (Ratan), BARI-T3, BARI-T7 (Apurba), BARI-T8 (Shila), BARI-T9 (Lalima), BINA-T1 and BINA-T2. The study was conducted at the experimental farm of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University, Gazipur, Bangladesh during November 2005 to March 2006.Irrespective of tomato varieties and stages of plant growth, TSWV symptoms were observed on tomato growing on the field remaining some asymptomatic plants. The highest and lowest prevalence of TSWV was recorded in BARI-T2 and BINA-T2, respectively. In all the varieties, virus prevalence was found higher at mid stage followed by late and early stages of infection. Considering TSWV infection BINA-T2 seemed to perform better in comparison to other varietiesDownload


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