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What is this disease on my tomatoes

Tomato    None Given

This disease infected my farm so please give me an answer


Posted by: ibrahim mohamed Abdulwahid (1 point) ibrahim mohamed Abdulwahid
Posted: December 25, 2016


David Hughes commented,
Ibrahim, Why did you post this picture? Do you have a picture you have taken? David
about 2 years ago.

Mario H.Podliszewski commented,
It's not a clear photo,but has some indication as Alternaria solani ,to give a more close opinion needs other photos of leaves,steam and all plant.For a definitive identification will be better an phytopatological laboratory analysis.
about 2 years ago.

Mario H.Podliszewski commented,
It's not a clear photo,but has some indication as Alternaria solani ,to give a more close opinion needs other photos of leaves,steam and all plant.For a definitive identification will be better an phytopatological laboratory analysis.
about 2 years ago.

Mario H.Podliszewski commented,
I do not know what is the relevance of posting this image which is clearly a deception in an open dialog.
about 2 years ago.

Mario H.Podliszewski commented,
Not know whats relevance of one people decition in an open dialog this was unbelievable###!#!!!!##
about 2 years ago.



Answers

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Dear Ibrahim,
this is not a picture from your field, I have met it before athttp://livegpath.cals.cornell.edu/gal...
as early blight (Alternaria solani, or A. spp.)
Alex


Posted by: alex ignatov (33 points) alex ignatov
Posted: December 25, 2016


David Hughes commented,
Thanks Alex for picking that up
about 2 years ago.



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You should defently upload more photos, but because of the black circles respectively dots I guess you look on a virus disease.
Maybe "Tomato spottet wilt virus" (TSWVOO) in a late stage?!
Have a look on: https://gd.eppo.int/taxon/TSWV00/photos

Merry Christmas!


Posted by: Andreas (7 points) Andreas
Posted: December 25, 2016




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It's not a clear photo,but has some indication as Alternaria solani ,to give a more close opinion needs other photos of leaves,steam and all plant.For a definitive identification will be better an phytopatological laboratory analysis.


Posted by: Mario H.Podliszewski (4 points) Mario H.Podliszewski
Posted: December 26, 2016




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