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Cucurbit leaf crumple virus detected on snap beans at UGA, Tifton

We have  recently confirmed Cucurbit leaf crumple virus (CuLCrV) on snap bean 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 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.