WHITE ROOT DISEASE

White root disease
white root disease

 

Leaves lose their lustre, green colour and normal curvature. Leaves appear leathery and curve downwards instead of the normal boat shape they discolour from deep-green to increasingly yellowish brown. Initially, the discoloration of the foliage may affect only one branch, but it later spreads to the whole canopy. On roots, networks of rhizomorphs are firmly attached. The growing ends of rhizomorphs form whitish fans. Mature rhizomorphs are brownish or may assume the colour of the surrounding soil. Severely infected roots are soft and watery with a creamy colour.



SOLUTIONS

endohevea

OUR RESULTS

Healthy rubber with microbial fungicide and microbial fertilizer

OUR TESTIMONY