Rhizoctonia Diseases in Tobacco Greenhouses 

Inocolum of Rhizoctonia 

Figure 9 (left). Secondary infection results in the formation of more water soaking spots on tobacco leaves.
Figure 10 (right). Characteristic water soaking spots of target spot in early stage of development.

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