Tomato Bushy Stunt
Leaves on plants infected with tomato bushy stunt virus are small in size, cupped, and curled downward. The youngest leaves are twisted and exhibit tip necrosis. A proliferation of lateral shoots leads to an overall bushy appearance. Lower leaves are chlorotic with a purple tinge. Plants may be stunted. Fruit yield is greatly reduced.
Presence among species
|Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. michiganensis||Phoma|
|Tomato bushy stunt virus||Solanum lycopersicum|