Verticillium wilt is a soil-borne fungal disease of many fruit, vegetables and ornamental plants that enters the plant through the roots. Infection with this fungus causes dieback and the leaves to wilt. Verticillium grows upwards in the water-conducting tissues (xylem), causing wilting of the upper parts due to water stress. Wilting is mostly seen from spring until autumn.

How to control Verticillium

Vapam (Metham Sodium)

Vapam shuttle

Vapam (Metham Sodium) is a popular soil fumigant, used as a soil applied pre-planting treatment for the control of soil borne… Read More

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