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Southern bacterial wilt of tomatoes is addressed in this factsheet.
This vegetable disease factsheet discusses Southern blight, a soil-borne fungus that attacks tomato and pepper, and several other economically important crops, including bean, cantaloupe, carrot, pepper, potato, sweetpotato, and watermelons.
This factsheet discusses the symptoms and control of bacterial spot of peppers and tomatoes.
This factsheet offers information on damping off in flower and vegetable seedlings, a result of fungi present in the growing medium.
This factsheet describes the symptoms and management of various viruses that can affect greenhouse tomato production in North Carolina.
Many ornamental crop species (including trees, shrubs, and bedding plants) are susceptible to diseases caused by Phytophthora, a genus of plant-pathogenic oomycetes (also known as water molds) that can persist in soil for several years. This publication rates common bedding plants, shrubs, and trees on their resistance to Phytophthora.
This publication discusses the symptoms, diagnosis, and management of root-knot nematodes in ornamental plants.
This publication discusses using chemical plant protectants for disease control on greenhouse vegetables.