Colletotrichum causes a fungal disease called anthracnose characteristic with leaf spots and blight.
In the fruits, black or brown lesions (e.g., on pods, scab, and pitting) are common. Infection on the inflorescence produces blight, necrosis, and lesions with flecks and streaks. Infected leaves produce abnormal colors and patterns with dark, necrotic, angular, or irregular areas.
Become a member of the PlantIn community Sign Up for Free
to continue reading
Already a member? Sign In