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Spots & Specks on Tomatoes

Tomato Septoria Leaf Spot

tomato septoria leaf spot

Septoria leaf spot is one of the most devastating diseases that can affect tomato plants. It can kill the leaves and stems and reduce the quality of your tomato crop, so treatment and prevention is extremely important.

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Tomato Gray Leaf Spots

tomato gray leaf spot

If your tomato plants have unusual brown or gray spots on the underside of leaves, then you may have a gray leaf spot problem. The spots begin as small black or brown specks on both young and mature tomato leaves, resulting in unhealthy and diseased looking plants.

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Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus

tomato spotted wilt virus

Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus is a plant virus that was detected in Australia in the early 1900s and rapidly spread to other areas. It is now common in temperate, subtropical, and tropical regions around the world. The disease affects around 800 different plant species, and has become a major issue for tomato growers.

There is no treatment for this virus, but fortunately, we describe some great precautions and preventative measures here.

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Tomato Bacterial Speck

bacterial speck

Bacterial speck is a disease that can affect tomato plants. It can be spread easily and ruin entire crops of tomatoes.

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Tomato Bacterial Spots

bacterial spot tomatoes

Bacterial spot is one of the most dangerous tomato diseases in existence, since it spreads rapidly and is very difficult to control. In most cases, tomato plant become so distorted by bacterial spot that their marketability severely decreases.

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