Tomato spotted wilt virus field meeting June 1, Woodland 1

Friday, June 1, 2012 • Woodland, CA

Past Event:

In our tomato production area, Tomato spotted wilt virus is showing up. In the past few years, we have seen widespread disease, but generally at low levels (on average, 1 percent or so).  The concern is regarding how extensive the incidence will become in 2012.  

Event:  Tomato spotted wilt virus field meeting

Date:  June 1, Friday at 10:30 a.m. for about one hour


  • Gene Miyao, Farm Advisor, Yolo, Solano and Sac counties
  • Bob Gilbertson, Plant Pathologist. UC Davis
  • Ozgur Batuman, post doctoral researcher, UCD

Location: 40150 County Road 25A between Woodland and Davis; NW intersection of CR 25A x State Highway 113. 


  • Disease identification and detection (field diagnostic kits)
  • thrips vector-  monitoring
  • hosts
  • control programs
  • resistant varieties

Location Details

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NW intersection of CR 25A x State Highway 113

Woodland, California
United States

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ivin11 (not verified)
on Feb 4, 2014

The tomato wilt virus is causing huge problems to the tomato farmers across the country. A seminar is organizing by the farmers’ society to discuss about it. Those who are interested to participate in it can contact at the address given below. online crm Thanks for sharing this news.

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