Broad BeanYoung leaves mottled, stems with brown streaks and death of the main shoot. Pods with black spots.
CapsicumLeaves with yellow parallel lines or concentric rings. Fruit with yellow rings and blotches up to 10 mm wide that may not be apparent until the fruit ripens.
Calla LilyLeaves with yellow spots or streaks parallel to the veins.
ChrysanthemumLeaves with irregular wavy lines bordered by other lines. Leaves may go brown and die.
DahliaLeaves with irregular wavy lines bordered by other lines. Leaves may go brown and die. Stems streaked with brown or purple.
PotatoBrown, dead, angular spots on young leaves and brown zones and spot on older leaves. The shoots may show die back.
TomatoIt starts as small brown spots on young leaves that form bronze coloured spots or rings between the veins as leaves grow. Stems may have brown streaks. Young plants are often killed. Late infection may result tin fruit with circular blotches that ripens unevenly.
Species Affected:Broad Bean, Calla Lily, Capsicums, Chrysanthemum, Dahlia, Iceland Poppy, Lettuce, Potato, Tomato and Zinnia.
Biology:Favoured by hot, dry weather
Life Cycle:Origin and History:
Related and Similar Species:References:
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