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New Disease Reports - First report of Tomato chlorosis virus (ToCV) on tomato crops in Cyprus
... in the Parekklisia area of Cyprus. Initially, lower leaves showed extensive interveinal yellowing with necrotic flecks (Fig. 1), brittleness and occasional upward leaf rolling, before finally the whole plant ... ); both of the genus Crinivirus (Wisler et al., 1998). Figure 1: Interveinal yellowing and necrotic flecks on tomato leaves caused by Tomato chlorosis virus Leaves of 18 symptomatic plants ...
www.bspp.org.uk

New Disease Reports - Occurrence of Tomato chlorosis virus on tomato in Réunion Island
... irregular chlorotic mottling (Fig. 1) and the interveinal areas on leaves develop red or brown necrotic flecks. Furthermore, fruit sizes were reduced in most of the greenhouses having those symptomatic plants and ...
www.bspp.org.uk
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Kemper Center Problem Categories
... leaf surface. Broad-leaved trees often exhibit these symptoms of stippling or red-purple or necrotic flecks on the upper leaf surface only. Acute damage to conifers causes browning at the same ... on all needles in a bundle (needle cluster). Other symptoms include chlorotic (yellow) mottling or necrotic (brown to black) banding, tip burn, dwarfing, and tufted appearance due to early defoliation of ...
www.mobot.org

Daylily Pests and Diseases
... from a wound. It first shows as slightly darker green translucent spots, these gradually become necrotic, then chlorotic (pale, weak foliage). In the final stages the spots radiate out as streaks ... for is a yellowing of the leaves, buds and blooms may also become deformed. White flecks that look like dandruff but are actually the shed skins of the aphids are a ...
mikesbackyardgarden.org

Air Pollution Injury
... drafts. necrotic areas ranging from white to red may develop if all the tissue through the leaf is killed. Some species show only general chlorosis or chlorotic mottling or chlorotic flecks. Sulfur ... usually dries to a bleached ivory color but may turn brown, red or black. The necrotic areas may fall out and after much of the leaf is affected, it will shed ...
plantpathology.tamu.edu

Crop Diseases in Wheat 1 (Purdue University)
... : Fungus. Puccinia recondita f. sp. tritici Symptoms: Dry, yellow (chlorotic) flecks to red or brown-black necrotic spots on upper leaf surfaces. Conditions: Infection favored by moisture and ... Leptosphaeria nodorum), and leaf blotch: S. tritici (Mycosphaerella graminicola) Symptoms: Chlorotic (yellow) water-soaked flecks becoming dry, yellow, then red-brown lesions. S. nodorum lesions are round. S. ...
www.btny.purdue.edu

Fire Blight Symptoms
... . The bacteria begin to move out of the infected blossom cluster and initial symptoms of necrotic (dead, brown or black) tissue can be seen in nearby leaves and fruit. These symptoms ... symptoms are visible as shoot blight symptoms become common in the orchard. The small white flecks visible on the dark areas of this apple are bacterial ooze. Wilting Fruit on infected ...
www.canr.msu.edu

Leaf Spot
... fleck disease of blueberry. Symptoms first appear as small reddish flecks on young leaves and stems of succulent shoots. Leaf and stem flecks do not develop further. With the leaf anthracnose stage ... to fan-shaped pattern. The dark border surrounding the original lesion persists and the large necrotic area surrounds or is to one side of the original lesion. Gloeocercospora Leaf Spot (Gloeocercospora ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu

Annual Flowers: Air Pollution Damage
... pollutants are sulfur dioxide, ozone, and peroxyacetyl nitrate (PAN). Symptoms of sulfur dioxide injury include necrotic (dead) spots between the major veins, where the tissue turns light tan and papery in ... . The most common symptom of exposure to ozone is the formation of tiny, light-colored flecks or spots (similar to spider mite damage) on the upper surfaces of affected leaves. Annuals ...
www.ces.ncsu.edu
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Pests & Diseases
... of infection go up from A to D. A - initial signs, barely visible. D - dead (necrotic) tissue essentially caused by dehydration. If you find nematode damage in the garden you can ... patches of lighter or darker tissue, circular spots with rings around them, and small lighter flecks. Different viruses are spread by the sap of an infected plant coming in contact with ...
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