Anthrax mainly occurs on plant leaves, often harming leaf margins and tips, and in severe cases, most of the leaves are black and dead.
When anthrax occurs on the stem, it produces round or nearly round disease spots, which are light brown, and there are black spots arranged in whorls on them. The disease spots on tender shoots are oval ulcer spots with slightly raised edges.
The pathogen overwinters in the host residue or soil as mycelium, conidia or conidial, and the suitable temperature for growth is 26 ℃ to 28 ℃ with high humidity and humidity.
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