Data from: Museum specimen data reveal emergence of a plant disease may be linked to increases in the insect vector population

Adam R. Zeilinger, Giovanni Rapacciuolo, Daniel Turek, Peter T. Oboyski, Rodrigo P. P. Almeida & George K. Roderick
The emergence rate of new plant diseases is increasing due to novel introductions, climate change, and changes in vector populations, posing risks to agricultural sustainability. Assessing and managing future disease risks depends on understanding the causes of contemporary and historical emergence events. Since the mid-1990s, potato growers in the western United States, Mexico, and Central America have experienced severe yield loss from Zebra Chip disease and have responded by increasing insecticide use to suppress populations...
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