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2015-07-06_100714_74_img_7487_sungold_cherry_tomatomania_bctv.jpg
Tomato plant with Beet Curly Top Virus (BCTV)173 viewsBCTV is a virus transmitted by the Beet Leafhopper. Plant becomes stunted, leaves curl up and turn purple. Pull the plant and discard. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon)11111
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2015-07-06_100713_74_img_7351_mountain_magic_west_bctv.jpg
Tomato Plant - BCTV infection159 viewsTomato plant infected with Beet Curly Top Virus. BCTV is caused by the Beet Leafhopper (Circulifer tenellus). (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon)11111
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2015-07-06_100711_74_img_8381b_jaune_flamme_late_blight.jpg
Jaune Flamme - Late Blight discoloration170 viewsJaune Flamme tomato with surface discoloration due to Late Blight infection. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon (photo taken 7/3/2015))11111
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2016-09-19_100737_74_05cimg_9412__img_5659_hairyvetchroots.jpg
Hairy Vetch infected with Root-Knot Nematodes197 viewsHealthy roots are on the left, infected roots are on the right. Very hard to get rid of when they have invaded your soil. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 4/3/2011 (left) & 3/29/2014 (right))00000
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2016-09-19_100736_74_04img_6608_tomato_with_rootknot_nematodes.jpg
Root-Knot Nematode Galls177 viewsTomato plant roots with root-knot nematode galls. Microscopic worms penetrate the roots and lay their eggs blocking water & mineral uptake. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 9/19/2010)00000
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Green Fruit Beetle (Cotinis mutabilis)168 viewsSometimes confused with the Japanese beetle (Popillia japonica). The fat, white grubs you see in the dirt are their larvae. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 7/16/2016)00000
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2013-07-31_100662_74_img_9470_late_blight_damage.jpg
Bag of Blight192 viewsTrash bag full of leaves, stems and tomato fruit infected with Late Blight
(Phytophthora infestans) (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 07/20/2013)
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2011-09-15_100540_74_img_4459_ladybugs.jpg
Ladybugs - Aphid killers258 viewsLadybugs hunt down and eat aphids. Release the ladybugs at sunset so they can settle. In the morning they will breakfast on aphids. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon (photo taken 8/20/2011))00000
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Red Aphids & White Nymphs248 viewsAphids attack weak plants. If a plant is healthy and has a strong vascular system the aphids have difficulty penetrating the cell walls. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon (photo taken 8/20/2011))00000
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2011-09-15_100537_74_img_4753_late_blight_phytophthora_infestans.jpg
Late Blight (Phytophthora infestans)264 viewsTomato fruits infected with Late Blight.
Dark oily discoloration. Throw them in the trash; do not compost as the spores will not be killed (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon (photo taken 9/2/2011))
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2011-08-21_100535_74_img_3036_late_blight_phytophthora_infestans_1024x682.jpg
Late Blight (Phytophthora infestans)251 viewsLate Blight will cause the fruit to become discolored and blistered with an oily looking sheen. Spores can reside in the soil for years. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 7/4/2011)00000
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2011-08-21_100534_74_img_3031_late_blight_phytophthora_infestans_1024x683.jpg
Late Blight (Phytophthora infestans)241 viewsStems will turn brown and become brittle. The slightest pressure will make them snap. Avoid having wet foliage when the sun goes down. (Photo Credit: D. Cleverdon 7/4/2011)00000
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