Spot Necrosis of Cabbage

What is the point necrosis? This is a functional non-infectious disease, manifested in the form of many small slightly depressed lead-gray or black spots up to 3 mm in size, which has a different shape – from round to elongated-angular. The disease is point necrosis most often manifests itself on the external leaves of the

Overexposure of Cabbage

Or downy mildew of cabbage. The pathogenic fungus infects cabbage, radishes, turnips, turnips, turnips, watercress, and some weeds, especially a shepherd’s bag, at any age, but is most dangerous for young plants. This disease develops mainly on the leaves: first, chlorotic spots appear on the upper side, then they turn into light yellow, angular, oily

Vascular Bacteriosis of Cabbage

Vascular bacteriosis. A characteristic sign of cabbage disease is the darkening of the veins of the leaves, the conducting vessels of the petioles and the stoker. Bacteria penetrate into the vascular system during the growing season either through water pores located along the edges of the leaf blade or through the roots. In the first