Wildfire in tobacco is characterized by a small brown or black water soaked lesion, surrounded by a broad chlorotic halo. The lesions increase in diameter and may coalesce until the diseased tissue eventually falls out leaving ragged holes. Wildfire can be systemic in seedlings, causing distortion of the apical bud and leaves.

How to control Wildfire

Copper Oxychloride Cobox

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

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