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Ringed or bull’s eye appearance is a characteristic symptom of target spot.
Ringed or bull’s eye appearance is a characteristic symptom of target spot.
The primary means of spread of the disease is air-disseminated conidia.
The primary means of spread of the disease is air-disseminated conidia.
The target spot lesions can merge leading to severe blighting of the leaves.
The target spot lesions can merge leading to severe blighting of the leaves.
Severe stage of the disease.
Severe stage of the disease.
10-290 G CP NEW
10-290 G CP NEW
Target spot can lead to severe infection of the whole plants
Target spot can lead to severe infection of the whole plants
C. cassicola conidia and condiospores
C. cassicola conidia and condiospores
A severely infected production unit.
A severely infected production unit.

TARGET SPOT

Fungal causal agent: Corynespora cassicola

Hydrangea diseases