Late Blight in Tomato

Late blight of potatoes and tomatoes is caused by the fungus-like oomycete pathogen Phytophthora infestans. It can infect and destroy the leaves, stems, fruits, and tubers of potato and tomato plants. Severe late blight epidemics occur when P. infestans grows and reproduces rapidly on the host crop. Reproduction occurs via spores that are produced from infected plant tissues and is most rapid during conditions of high moisture and moderate temperatures. Spores disperse to healthy tissues via rain splash or on wind currents.

How to control Late Blight in Tomato

Chloronil Pro

Chloronil Pro - PACKSHOT

720g/L Chlorothalonil Chloronil Pro is a broad spectrum protectant fungicide for the control of a range of diseases in fruit, vegetable,… Read More

Read more

Zineb

Zineb fungicde bag

Zineb is a general purpose fungicide for turf, fruit tress, vegetables and ornamentals Economical crop protection from downy mildew, rust, leaf… Read More

Read more

Copper Oxychloride Cobox

COPPER OXY actual pack

Copper Oxychloride Cobox is for the control of fungal and bacterial diseases in fruit and vegetable crops, citrus, stone fruit, pome… Read More

Read more