Pythium disease spreads through the soil, affects all parts of the plant, but typically causes root rot and damping-off in small seedlings. Symptoms include stunting, wilting, crown rot, and eventually death of the plant.
Signs of damage:
Wilting, stunting, uneven plant growth, crown rot, plant death. Roots are discolored, the cortex may slough off, leaving the vascular cylinder.
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