Any one of several fungus diseases, caused by parasitic species of the series Melanconiales, attacking the bean, grape, melon, cotton, and other plants. In the case of the grape, brown concave spots are formed on the stem and fruit, and the disease is called bird's-eye rot.
A white/grey fungus that grows as spots on stems and leaves
A type of leaf or fruit spot disease caused by a fungus.
disease caused by acervuli-forming fungi (order Melanconiales) and characterised by sunken lesions and necrosis.
scientific name = Colletotrichum graminicola. A fairly common disease of annual meadow grass in compacted fine turf areas.
Disease caused by acervuli-forming fungi (order Melanconzales) and characterized by sunken lesions and necrosis.
A group of fungi that cause dieback and sometimes death to various species, such as dogwoods, sycamores, oaks, and maples. .
is a fungal disease that may overwinter on infected seed, plant debris, or in soil. It shows up as small, water-soaked spots on above-ground plant parts, which turn light brown and drop off. Tan cankers appear on stems. To avoid spreading the disease, rotate crops, remove and burn diseased plants, and do not cultivate when plants are wet.
Any of various plant diseases, particularly those caused by fungi of the Melanconiales, in which discrete, dark-colored, necrotic lesions develop on the leaves, stems, and/or fruits. ( 16)
leaf and twig fungal disease gumosis globs of hard sap suckering new shoots from tree base or roots
A necrotic sunken lesion on leaf or fruit caused by fungi.