Blight Info



Blight is caused by fungal or bacterial pathogens – specific types such as common blight, halo blight and leaf blight affect a host of edible and ornamental plants. For example, leaf blight (or botrytis) can infect plant stems, leaves, flowers and underground storage organs. Symptoms include sudden and severe yellowing, browning, spotting, withering, or dying of leaves, flowers, fruit, stems, or the entire plant.
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