Tomato Fruit Lesions

​The photos that accompany this article are of lesions caused by various diseases that occur on tomato fruit. The list includes diseases I commonly see in Indiana, so the list is not all inclusive. More information can be found on the Purdue Tomato Doctor​ app​. I welcome any comments or questions.

Bacterial spot of tomato.
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Bacterial speck of tomato.
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Bacterial canker of tomato.
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White mold of tomato.
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Late blight of tomato, which has just been reported in
LaGrange County Indiana.
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Blossom-end rot of tomato. This disorder is the only abiotic
(non-disease) problem included in this article.
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