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The disease is not a problem in open field tomato production in Florida and can only be rarely be seen. However, it can be noticed much more frequently in protected tomato cultivation.
The disease is not a problem in open field tomato production in Florida and can only be rarely be seen. However, it can be noticed much more frequently in protected tomato cultivation.
Powdery sporulation is the key identifiable sign of the disease mainly on the upper side of the leaves for Oidium and typically lower side of the leaves for Leveillula.
Powdery sporulation is the key identifiable sign of the disease mainly on the upper side of the leaves for Oidium and typically lower side of the leaves for Leveillula.
When the infection becomes severe, white fungal sporulation can be noticed in every part of the plant except the fruits. The leaves can turn yellow upon severe infection.
When the infection becomes severe, white fungal sporulation can be noticed in every part of the plant except the fruits. The leaves can turn yellow upon severe infection.
The disease is rarely seen in the field in Florida and not of economic impact; but in greenhouses the disease can affect the yield of tomatoes.
The disease is rarely seen in the field in Florida and not of economic impact; but in greenhouses the disease can affect the yield of tomatoes.
The fungal conidia are easily disseminated through air movement. Low light intensity and high humidity are ideal conditions for disease development, but disease can also occur at low relative humidity.
The fungal conidia are easily disseminated through air movement. Low light intensity and high humidity are ideal conditions for disease development, but disease can also occur at low relative humidity.

POWDERY MILDEW

Fungal causal agents: Leveillula taurica; Oidium lycopersicum

Tomato diseases