Rhizoctonia Diseases in Tobacco Greenhouses 
TB07 - Tobacco Disease Note No. 7

Target spot symptoms

Figure 3. Infection of target spot on small plants (30 days-old) start as a small foci (group of infected plants) where environmental conditions (high humidity and temperature) are favorable for the primary infection and spread.
Figure 4.  Lesions (leaf spots) are more or less rounded, with a very distinct brown halo. At the beginning they may resemble chemical injury.

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