We have recently confirmed Cucurbit leaf crumple virus (CuLCrV) on yellow squash at UGA, Tifton, GA. The symptoms include crumpling, curling, yellowing and chlorosis of leaves. Infected plants appear stunted with distorted growth. Disease symptoms can be severe, especially in Cucurbita spp. (e.g., various types of squash), and may result in yield losses. The virus spreads by whiteflies in a persistent manner. Current projections indicate low disease incidence and sporadic/limited outbreaks. In the best case scenario, we may escape disease as it appeared quite late in 2018 (mid-Fall) compared to summer (2017).