Pathogen: Cercospora spp
Conditions for Disease Development: Warm temperature, frequent rainfall and high humidity, infected planting materials, poor aeraton
Hosts: Carrots, Chillies, Eggplants, Peppers, Tomatoes, Beetroot
Symptoms: Circular brown to tan spots on the leaves, curled leaf margin which later wither. As the disease progresses, the leaf turns yellow, may drop or wilt and die. Stems may also develop on stem, leaf petioles and flowers. During severe infestation, severe defoliation may also occur.
Treatment: Bravo 720 SC, Topsin M ULV, Iprodione, Penncozeb 80 WP, Score 250 EC