Toward the Effective Integrated Pest Management of Plant Disease Caused by Viruses in Developing Countries: Detection and Diagnosis, Capacity Building and Training, and Formulation of IPM Packages
University of Arizona, University of Georgia, University of California-Davis, Washington State University (US); Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan (Uzbekistan); Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU), The Energy and Resources Institute -TERI (India); Bogar Agricultural University (Indonesia); CENTA/IDIAF (Dominican Republic); University del Valle de Guatemala (Guatemala); FHIA (Honduras); IER (Mali); Crops Research Institute - CRI (Ghana)
Sue A. Tolin
Judith Brown; C. Michael Deom; Robert Gilbertson, Naidu Rayapati
Viral diseases are one of the major constraints to vegetable production.Through this project researchers seek out new approaches to address plant virus diseases transmitted by insect vectors, seed, or germplasm in developing countries where virology expertise is typically rare.
Support research on major viral diseases of plants in order to obtain correct diagnosis and develop effective pest management