Septoria Leaf Spot of Tomatoes



Septoria Leaf Spot of Tomatoes Related

Bacterial Spot, Speck and Canker of Tomatoes:: Photographs of these diseases affecting this crop, the symptoms, causal organisms and management.

Strawberry Leaf Spot:: Photograph of a leaf affected by Mycosphaerella fragariae.

Light Leaf Spot:: Photograph and symptoms of this foliar disease of oilseed rape, its biology and advice on control measures.

Gray Leaf Spot of Corn:: Photographs of lesions, and information on this disease caused by the fungus Cercospora zeae-maydis, its symptoms, spread and management. [PDF]

Fabraea Leaf Spot of Pear:: I. Introduction: Susceptible pear cultivars affected by Fabraea leaf spot often are defoliated by midsummer, resulting in dwarfing of fruit and reduction of fruit buds. Infected fruit is worthless since it is usually cracked, disfigured, or misshapen. In the nursery, early defoliation and twig infection result in stunted growth of trees. II. Symptoms: Leaf spot can be found on petioles, leaves, shoots and fruits. Initial lesions on leaves are

Alfalfa Leaf Spot, Pseudopeziza medicaginis:: Photograph of an affected leaf.

Resistance breeding against the Barley Leaf Spot Complex:: Basic information about the fungus Ramularia collo-cygni, a disease of the leaf now found in Europe. Barley disease images are included.

NatureSweet Tomatoes:: Product information, company profile, recipes, store locator, video tours, and contact form.

Growing Hydroponic Tomatoes:: Interactive web site from the University of Arizona provides practical, accurate information on growing hydroponic tomatoes for students, hobbyists, and beginning growers.

Blossom End Rot in Tomatoes:: Article discussing this condition which is a physiological disorder caused by an imbalance of potash and calcium in the soil.

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