Occurrence of Severe Outbreaks of Leaf Mold Caused by Fulvia fulva in Greenhouse Tomatoes in Chile.

@article{Latorre2002OccurrenceOS,
  title={Occurrence of Severe Outbreaks of Leaf Mold Caused by Fulvia fulva in Greenhouse Tomatoes in Chile.},
  author={B. Latorre and X. Besoain},
  journal={Plant disease},
  year={2002},
  volume={86 6},
  pages={
          694
        }
}
Severe outbreaks of leaf mold, affecting as much as 100% of the plants, have occurred in greenhouse tomatoes (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) in the V Region in the central zone of Chile (32°50' to 33°10' latitude south) during the past 2 years. Symptoms consisted of yellow spherical to elongated leaf spots, first noticeable on the upper surface of older leaves, followed by leaf necrosis and defoliation. Invariably, an olive green-to-gray leaf mold developed on the under surface of the spots. No… Expand
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