Description:A fungal disease that lives in the soil and produces spores in warm, wet conditions.
PassionfruitTranslucent patches that soon turn light brown appear on leaves. Shots may die from the tip and turn black. On fruit, large, grey-green water soaked patches appear and turn light brown and often have cracks running through them. Infected leaves and fruit normally fall prematurely. Stem may be girdled killing portions of the vine that turns purple then brown as it dies.
Species Affected:Passionfruit, Strawberry.
Biology:Spores spread by raindrop splash, rain and wind
Life Cycle:Origin and History:
Related and Similar Species:References:
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