Tomato Disease Diagnostic Video Series

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Anyone who grows tomatoes in North Carolina, from homeowners to commercial growers, eventually finds their crop is affected by disease. There are several fungal and bacterial plant pathogens that attack tomato in our state and sorting out which disease or diseases you find can be a challenge. Yet, correct diagnosis is critical to implementing effective management strategies.

Bacterial spot on tomato fruit

Bacterial spot on tomato fruit

A new video series has been developed to help growers, county and area agents, agronomists, crop consultants and homeowners to identify the most common tomato diseases encountered in North Carolina.

Each video is approximately 2-3 minutes long and includes information on features that help distinguish the disease from other common diseases.

To find the videos, please visit the Tomato Diseases page in our Vegetable Portal.

More videos will be uploaded in the coming months!