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The Minute: Best Practices for Preventing Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus

Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV), which is vectored by tobacco thrips, poses a significant threat to tobacco crop quality and yields, and ultimately reduces the grower’s bottom line.

The best strategy for dealing with TSWV? Prevention.

On this episode of The Minute, Dr. J. Michael Moore, Extension agronomist at the University of Georgia, provides insights into the impacts of TSWV and best practices for dealing with tobacco thrips populations. Discover how Verimark® insect control offers a breakthrough mode of action, which protects the crop from infection, giving rise to a healthier and more resilient plant.

 

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