Fusarium wilts, blights, rots and damping-off
Fusarium is a soil-borne fungal pathogen causing a variety of plant diseases such as fusarium wilt, leading to wilting, yellowing, necrosis, leaf drop, and dumping-off. Fusarium blight appears as gray to green spots on leaves progressing into reddish-brown color, typical is also a frog-eye pattern of the spots.
Signs of damage:
Young seedlings develop a rot at the crown. Later, the tissue becomes soft and constricted, and the plants wilt and fall over.
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