Pathogens from the Peronosporaceae family are fungi-like water molds causing infectious plant diseases called downy mildews. They form typical spores-containing structures on the downside of the leaves.
Signs of damage:
Uneven swelling and maturation of the drupe, as well as premature staining without enlargement.
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