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This section includes the list of vegetable and ornamental plant diseases that has the potential to cause crop losses in North Florida in spring 2021. It is based on the history of the disease in this specific season and the prevailing environmental conditions that favor disease development. This is meant to update extension agents about what to expect for the incoming season, thereby adequate management strategies can be recommended to growers in advance.

Tomato

Cucurbits

Rose

Bacterial speck: For management: See extension Tutor sectionBacterial speck management on tomato”


Tomato Spotted Wilt: Symptoms. For management: See EDIS publication on "Managing Thrips and Tospoviruses in Tomato"


Bacterial spot: Symptoms. For management: See extension Tutor section for the latest on IPM strategies.


Bacterial wilt: Symptoms. For management: See extension Tutor section for the latest on IPM strategies.


Target spot: Symptoms. For management: See extension Tutor section for the latest on IPM strategies.


Fusarium wilt: Symptoms. See extension Tutor section for the latest on IPM strategies.


Powdery mildew: Symptoms. See extension Tutor section for the latest on IPM strategies. See EDIS publication on Powdery mildew on watermelon in Florida.


Gummy stem blight: Symptoms. For management: See EDIS publication on Management of Gummy Stem Blight (Black Rot) on Cucurbits in Florida.

See extension Tutor section for the latest on IPM strategies.


Downy mildew: Symptoms. See EDIS publocation on Management of Cucurbit Downy Mildew in Florida. See extension Tutor section for the latest on IPM strategies. See



Downy mildew: Symptoms. For management see EDIS publication on Rose Pests and Diseases in Florida.


Black spot: Symptoms. For management see EDIS publications on Rose Pests and Diseases in Florida and EDIS publication on Black Spot of Rose


Rose mosaic virus disease: Symptoms. For management see EDIS publication on Rose Mosaic Virus: A Disease Caused by a Virus Complex and Symptoms on Roses and Management


Crown gall: Symptoms. For management see EDIS publication on Bacterial Crown Gall of Roses Caused by Agrobacterium tumefaciens


Cercospora leaf spot: Symptoms. For management: See EDIS publication on Cercospora Leaf Spot of Rose

NFREC and the Plant Pathology Department

2021