Infection with virus commonly occurs on all cucurbit crops in Minnesota. It is difficult to identify a virus by symptoms alone. Symptoms vary depending on the crop, variety, age of the plant at the time of infection, and in some cases weather. It is common to find plants infected with more than one virus at the same time, often resulting in combined severe symptoms. The best way to identify viruses is through analysis of a sample at the University of Minnesota Plant Diagnostic Clinic.
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