Rhizoctonia Diseases in Tobacco Greenhouses
1 (left). Young seedlings are the most susceptible. This disease
is caused by the lethal AG4 strain of Rhizoctonia solani.
Figure 2 (right). Infection starts on a single plant and easily
spreads toward adjacent seedlings. Characteristic brown coloration
of infected seedlings are easily observed.
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