BACTERIAL LEAF BLIGHT

Bacterial Leaf Blight Symptoms
Bacterial Leaf Blight Symptoms

 

Symptoms appear on leaves of young plants, after planting out, as pale green to grey-green, water soaked streaks near the leaf tip and margins. These lesions coalesce and become yellowish-white with wavy edges. The whole leaf may eventually be affected, becoming whitish or greyish and then dying. Leaf sheaths and culms of more susceptible cultivars may be attacked. Systemic infection, known as kresek, results in wilting, desiccation of leaves and death, particularly of young transplanted plants. In older plants, the leaves become yellow and then die.



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Comparison Microbial Fungicide Application with Farmer Custom
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