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Identify Symptoms of Anthracnose on Fruit & Vegetables Mancozeb Fungicide

 Symptoms of anthracnose appear first as small, circular, slightly sunken lesions on the surface of ripening fruits. The spots quickly enlarge, become deeply depressed, and develop a water-soaked appearance directly beneath the skin of the fruit. You will see black rings forming in the center of the lesions. Eventually, secondary microorganisms invade the lesions and cause a complete rotting of the fruit. For control of many diseases on lawns, fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals. Use Mancozeb Fungicide to control anthracnose in tomatoes, and much more. Anthracnose is a frequent problem in the latter part of the growing season on ripening tomato fruit. The disease results in a fruit rot which reduces the quality and yield of tomatoes.
 

Common Problems & Diseases Mancozeb Controls

Leaf Spot Disease Leaf Spot Disease Leaf Spot Disease Leaf Spot Disease
Leaf Spot on Plants Anthracnose Gummy Stem Blight Dollar Spot
Early Blight Cercospora  Leaf mold
Rust Leaf mold Downy mildew
Black Rot Late Blight Black-Spot


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