Septoria Leaf Spot in Beans and Celery

Septoria leaf spot is caused by various fungi in Septoria spp. It is one of the most destructive diseases of vegetable crop foliage and is particularly severe in areas where wet, humid weather persists for extended periods. Septoria leaf spot usually appears on the lower leaves after the first fruit sets. Spots are small and circular with dark brown margins and tan to gray centers with small black fruiting structures. Characteristically, there are many spots per leaf. This disease spreads upwards from oldest to youngest growth. If leaf lesions are numerous, the leaves turn slightly yellow, then brown, and then wither. Fruit infection is rare.

How to control Septoria Leaf Spot in Beans and Celery

Thiram DG


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