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A characteristic symptom of rhizopus rot is water soaked regions on the fruit leading to puffy white growth that collapses the outer fruit tissue.
A characteristic symptom of rhizopus rot is water soaked regions on the fruit leading to puffy white growth that collapses the outer fruit tissue.
The white fungal mycelia can be noticed with large masses of black mustard like spores on raised stalks. This can spread over the entire surface of the fruit and the fruits may have a fermented odor.
The white fungal mycelia can be noticed with large masses of black mustard like spores on raised stalks. This can spread over the entire surface of the fruit and the fruits may have a fermented odor.

RHIZOPUS ROT

Fungal causal agent: Rhizopus stolonifer

Tomato diseases