EPPO Global Database

Tomato spotted wilt virus(TSWV00)

Distribution details in Bulgaria

Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2013: Present, widespread
First recorded in: 1952
Pest status declared by NPPO: Present, widespread (2011-01)
From CABI Disease map 008 (1999): Present, widespread
EPPO Reporting Service 513/04.

EPPO Reporting Service (2002/023) : first reported in 1952 in tobacco and in 1954 in tomato, with Thrips tabaci as vector. Frequent outbreaks on tobacco in the field since then. In 1993, Frankliniella occidentalis was introduced, and TSWV then appeared in glasshouses all over the country.

In 2011, the NPPO confirmed that TSWV is widespread.
* Denkova, S.; Bakardzhieva, N.; Hristova, D. (1995) Rasteniev'dni Nauki 32 (7/8), 217.
------- In Zantedeschia.

* Dikova B, Petrov N, Djourmanski A, Lambev H (2013) First report of Tomato spotted wilt virus on a new host Leuzea carthamoides in Bulgaria and the world. Plant Disease 97(9), p 1258.
------- In Leuzea carthamoides (=Rhaponticum carthamoides, medicinal plant).

* Hristova, D.; Karadjova, O.; Yankulova, M.; Heinze, C.; Adam, G. (2001) A survey of tospoviruses in Bulgaria. Journal of Phytopathology, 149(11-12), 745-749.

* Kovaceski, I. C. (1967) Eine stark nekrotische Variante des bronzefleckenkrankheit-Virus der Tomaten in Nord Bulgarien. 5th International Congress of Crop Protection, Hamburg 26, 371-374.

* Maiss, E.; Ivanova, L.; Breyel, E.; Adam, G. (1991) Journal of General Virology 72 (2), 461-464.

* NPPO of Bulgaria (2011-01).
Situation in neighbouring countries
Country State Status
Greece Present, widespread view...
Greece Kriti Present, no details view...
North Macedonia Present, no details view...
Romania Present, restricted distribution view...
Serbia Present, no details view...
Turkey Present, restricted distribution view...