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Bacterial speck

b speck of tomato

Figure 1. bacterial speck of tomato. Note that each lesion on the leaf has a small chlorotic halo in contrast to bacterial spot where chlorosis usually does not occur until a large amount of lesions are in one small area.

b speck on fruit

Figure 2. Bacterial speck of tomato fruit lesions. For the most part, fruit lesions of bacterial speck or smaller than lesions of bacterial spot.

b speck lesions on leaf

Figure 3. Lesions of bacterial speck of tomato on leaf.

Lesions of b speck on transplant

Figure 4. Leaf lesions of bacterial speck on a retail tomato transplant.



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