Leaf spot caused by Cercospora capsici
|Causal agents||fungi or bacteria|
A typical spot is "zonal", meaning it has a definite edge and often has a darker border. When lots of spots are present, they can grow together and become a blight or a blotch. Fungal spots are usually round or free-form in shape.
In most cases, leaf spots are considered to be only a cosmetic problem, but they can have economic effects on nurseries or in floriculture.
- "Leaf Spot Diseases of Shade Trees and Ornamentals". Missouri Botanical Garden. Retrieved November 11, 2014.
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