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Botrytis Neck Rot

Botrytis Neck Rot

Symptoms begin at the neck, where tissue softens, becomes water-soaked, and turns brown. A gray and feltlike growth (where spores are produced) appears on rotting scales, and mycelia may develop between scales. Plants infected in the field may be stunted, with dead and dying outer leaves. Affected tissue is initially water-soaked, but later turns dry and necrotic. Sclerotia form in the neck or adhere to the rotten outer scales of the bulb.
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