List of supported Diseases

Cucumber

  • Downy Mildew
  • Fungal Disease
  • Pseudoperonospora spp.
Hosts
Many common vegetables including brassicas (cabbage, cauliflower, mustard), carrot, lettuce, onion, spinach, beans, cucumber and cantaloupes
Symptoms
  • Angular, pale yellow patches delineated by leaf veins.
  • Mold-like growth on the underside of the leaf, corresponding to the blotch on the upper surface.
  • Plants stunted, lack vigor, and die.
Control
  • Seed treatment with (Carboxyn 37.5% + Thiram 37.5% ) or Carbendazim DS @ 1.5 g/kg of seeds
  • Spray Mancozeb 0.25% or Matalaxyl 0.15%

Cucumber

  • Nutrient Deficiency
  • Potassium (K)
Hosts
Many common vegetables including brassicas (cabbage, cauliflower, mustard), carrot, lettuce, onion, spinach, beans, cucumber and cantaloupes
Symptoms
  • Older leaves may wilt, look scorched.
  • Interveinal chlorosis begins at the base, scorching inward from leaf margins.
Control
  • Fertilizer with NPK

Cucumber

  • Spider Mite
  • Sucking Insect
  • Tetranychus spp.
Hosts
Wide range of garden plants, including many vegetables (e.g., beans, eggplant), fruits (e.g., raspberries, currants, pear) and flowers.
Symptoms
  • Tiny insects usually found on the back of leaves.
  • Range in color from red and brown to yellow and green
  • Produce webbing, when occur in high population, similar to the spiders
  • Infected leaves appear discolored with pale dots, become scorched and drop.
Control
  • Spray Dicofol 18.5 EC @ 2000 ml/ha

Pepper

  • Downy Mildew
  • Fungal Disease
  • Pseudoperonospora spp.
Hosts
Many common vegetables including brassicas (cabbage, cauliflower, mustard), carrot, lettuce, onion, spinach, beans, cucumber and cantaloupes
Symptoms
  • Angular, pale yellow patches delineated by leaf veins.
  • Mold-like growth on the underside of the leaf, corresponding to the blotch on the upper surface.
  • Plants stunted, lack vigor, and die.
Control
  • Seed treatment with (Carboxyn 37.5% + Thiram 37.5% ) or Carbendazim DS @ 1.5 g/kg of seeds
  • Spray Mancozeb 0.25% or Matalaxyl 0.15%

Pepper

  • Spider Mite
  • Sucking Insect
  • Tetranychus spp.
Hosts
Wide range of garden plants, including many vegetables (e.g., beans, eggplant), fruits (e.g., raspberries, currants, pear) and flowers.
Symptoms
  • Tiny insects usually found on the back of leaves.
  • Range in color from red and brown to yellow and green.
  • Produce webbing, when occur in high population, similar to the spiders.
  • Infected leaves appear discolored with pale dots, become scorched and drop.
Control
  • Spray Dicofol 18.5 EC @ 2000 ml/ha

Tomato

  • Early Blight
  • Fungal Disease
  • Alternaria solani
Hosts
Solanaceous vegetables (tomato, potato, pepper)
Symptoms
  • Brown to black spots on older leaves, enlarging and developing into concentric rings giving them a ‘target-spot’ appearance.
  • Heavily infected leaves dry up and drop.
  • Fruit lesions large with characteristic concentric rings.
Control
  • Seed treatment with (Carboxyn 37.5% + Thiram 37.5%) or Carbendazim DS @ 1.5 g/kg of seeds
  • Foliar spray Mancozeb 0.25) or (Carbendazim 12% +Mancozeb 63%) @ 0.2%

Tomato

  • No identifiable disease detected
  • Healthy
Hosts
Healthy Plant
Symptoms
Control

Tomato

  • Leaf Mold
  • Fungal Disease
  • Passalora fulva
Hosts
Tomatoes
Symptoms
  • Symptoms start as pale green to yellowish spots on upper leaf surfaces that turn a bright yellow.
  • The spots merge as the disease progresses and the foliage then dies. Infected leaves curl, wither, and often drop from the plant.
  • Flowers, stems, and fruit may be infected, although usually only leaf tissue is affected.
  • When the disease does manifest on the fruit, tomatoes with leaf mold become dark in color, leathery, and rot at the stem end.
Control
  • Control relative humidity by venting greenhouse and pruning.
  • Labeled fungicides may help control it.

Tomato

  • Powdery Mildew
  • Fungal Disease
  • Erysiphe spp. Sphaerotheca spp.
Hosts
Affect all kinds of plants: cereals and grasses, vegetables, ornamentals and fruit trees, broad-leaved shade and forest trees
Symptoms
  • Spots or patches of white to grayish, talcum-powder like growth - mostly on the upper sides of the leaves.
  • Can also affect the bottom sides of leaves, young stems, buds, flowers, and young fruit.
Control
  • Spary Dinocap 0.2% or Tridemorph 0.1% or Chlorothalonil 0.15% or Hexaconazole 0.1% or Wettable sulphur 0.3%
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