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A thin brown scar starting at the stem end and extending to the blossom end of the fruit is a key symptom of zippering.
A thin brown scar starting at the stem end and extending to the blossom end of the fruit is a key symptom of zippering.
The symptom resembles a zipper and hence the name zippering. Fruits may have also catface symptoms associated with it.
The symptom resembles a zipper and hence the name zippering. Fruits may have also catface symptoms associated with it.

ZIPPERING

Cause: Anthers that are adnate or attached to the ovary wall of a newly formed fruit

Tomato diseases