EPPO Global Database

Tomato spotted wilt virus(TSWV00)

Hosts

Important note about the classification of host plants in GD:
Categories have been assigned by the EPPO Secretariat on the basis of available data at the time of entry. They correspond to a qualitative evaluation of the importance of the host plant for the pest concerned and remain indicative only.
Further explanation of categories is available in the guide.
Organism Type
Arachis hypogaea (ARHHY) Major host
* Cho S, Kim, S, Kim S, Lee BC (2020) First report of tomato spotted wilt virus infecting Arachis hypogaea in Korea. Journal of Plant Pathology 102, p 271. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42161-019-00410-7
Browallia (1BRWG) Major host
Capsicum annuum (CPSAN) Major host
Dendranthema x grandiflorum (CHYHO) Major host
Gerbera jamesonii (GEBJA) Major host
Lactuca sativa (LACSA) Major host
Nicotiana tabacum (NIOTA) Major host
Pelargonium x hortorum (PELZO) Major host
Pericallis x hybrida (SENCR) Major host
Solanum lycopersicum (LYPES) Major host
Amaranthus (1AMAG) Wild/Weed
Anagallis arvensis (ANGAR) Wild/Weed
Bidens pilosa (BIDPI) Wild/Weed
Capsella bursa-pastoris (CAPBP) Wild/Weed
Chenopodium giganteum (CHEGI) Wild/Weed
Convolvulus arvensis (CONAR) Wild/Weed
Fumaria officinalis (FUMOF) Wild/Weed
Helminthotheca echioides (PICEC) Wild/Weed
Oxalis corniculata (OXACO) Wild/Weed
Poa annua (POAAN) Wild/Weed
Senecio vulgaris (SENVU) Wild/Weed
Solanum nigrum (SOLNI) Wild/Weed
Sonchus (1SONG) Wild/Weed
Sonchus oleraceus (SONOL) Wild/Weed
Stellaria media (STEME) Wild/Weed
Taraxacum officinale (TAROF) Wild/Weed
Urtica membranacea (URTDU) Wild/Weed
Veronica (1VERG) Wild/Weed
Amaryllis (1AMYG) Host
Anemone (1ANMG) Host
Apium graveolens (APUGV) Host
Arctium (1ARFG) Host
Argyranthemum frutescens (CHYFR) Host
* Liang Y, Yuan C, Li L (2020) First report of tomato spotted wilt virus in Argyranthemum frutescens in China. Journal of Plant Pathology 102, p 573. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42161-019-00463-8
Aster (1ASTG) Host
Asteraceae (1COMF) Host
Begonia hybrids (BEGHY) Host
Brassica (1BRSG) Host
Brugmansia suaveolens (DATSU) Host
Calceolaria (1CAZG) Host
Calceolaria herbeohybrida hybrids (CAZHY) Host
Callistephus (1CSPG) Host
Callistephus chinensis (CSPCH) Host
Cichorium (1CICG) Host
Convolvulus (1CONG) Host
Coprosma repens (CPMRE) Host
Cucumis melo (CUMME) Host
Cucurbitaceae (1CUCF) Host
Cucurbita moschata (CUUMO) Host
Cyclamen persicum (CYZPE) Host
Cynara scolymus (CYUSC) Host
Dahlia (1DAHG) Host
Delphinium (1DELG) Host
Dimorphotheca ecklonis (OSPEK) Host
Eucharis x grandiflora (URLGR) Host
Fabaceae (1LEGF) Host
herbaceous ornamental plants (2ORNH) Host
herbaceous plants (2HERP) Host
Iberis semperflorens (IBESF) Host
Impatiens New Guinea hybrids (IPANG) Host
Opuntia ficus-indica (OPUFI) Host
Pelargonium (1PELG) Host
Peperomia obtusifolia (PEOOB) Host
* Yoon JY, Choi GS, Choi SK, Kwon SJ, Cho IS (2019) First Report of Tomato spotted wilt virus infecting Peperomia obtusifolia in South Korea. Plant Disease 103(3), p 593.
------ Affected plants showed leaf mottle and yellowing followed by vein clearing.
Pittosporum tobira (PTUTO) Host
Ranunculus asiaticus (RANAS) Host
Sinningia speciosa (SNNSP) Host
Solanaceae (1SOLF) Host
Solanum betaceum (CYJBE) Host
Solanum melongena (SOLME) Host
Solanum tuberosum (SOLTU) Host
Stevia rebaudiana (SVARE) Host
Tagetes patula (TAGPA) Host
Tulbaghia violacea (TUHVI) Host
* Dey KK, Li C, Sellers MC, McVay J, Whilby L, Hodges G, Smith TR (2019) First report of Tomato spotted wilt virus identified in Tulbaghia violacea in Florida. Plant Health Progress 20(2). DOI: 10.1094/PHP-03-19-0020-BR
------- Affected plants showed foliar chlorotic ring patterns.
Valeriana fauriei (VALFA) Host
* Uehara-Ichiki T, Ohashi M, Hanada K, Igarashi M, Hishida A (2020). Identification and pathogenicity of plant viruses infecting Valeriana fauriei in Japan. Jounal of General Plant Patholology 86, 310–315. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10327-020-00925-3
------- confirmed host.
vegetable plants (2VEGP) Host
Vicia faba (VICFX) Host
Vitis vinifera (VITVI) Host
* Martelli GP (2017) An overview of grapevine viruses, viroids and the diseases they cause. In: Meng B, Martelli GP, Golino DA, Fuchs M (eds), Grapevine Viruses: Molecular Biology, Diagnostics and Management, Springer pp.31-46.
Zinnia (1ZIIG) Host
Cucumis sativus (CUMSA) Experimental
Nicotiana clevelandii (NIOCL) Experimental
Nicotiana glauca (NIOGL) Experimental
Petunia x hybrida (PEUHY) Experimental