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Bacterial soft rot


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Symptoms

- This is a common disease of many vegetables. It also impacts ornamentals, such as cyclamen, irises, hycinths, muscaris, and zantedschias. The symptoms usually start as a small water-soaked lesion (often initial wound caused by pests) which widens rapidly turning leaves, stems to turn smelly and soft, with brown puss.

Associated pests: Slugs, Carrot fly

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