Rhizoctonia
Diseases in Tobacco Greenhouses 

TB07 - Tobacco Disease Note No. 7

Late stages of disease

Figure 11.  Depending upon the environmental conditions in the greenhouse, lesions on leaves continue growing, producing the characteristic target spot.
Figure 12. Characteristic concentic rings can be observed in older infections.

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