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The following resources provide information on how to diagnose tomato diseases and management options.

Bacterial spot on tomato fruit

Bacterial spot on tomato fruit

Tomato Disease Factsheets

Greenhouse Production

Fungicide Spray Guides

  • Fungicide Spray Guide for Tomato in North Carolina
    There are several diseases that attack tomato  leaves and fruit during production in North Carolina. This publication, developed by N.C. State University and updated annually, provides suggested programs and products that are effective against these diseases.

Tomato Disease Diagnostic Videos

The following videos provide some tips to help identify the more common diseases of tomato that occur in North Carolina. The videos were designed for county agents, but anybody may find them useful.

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Aubrey EttingerExtension Associate for Nutrition Email Aubrey Kannapolis Research
NC State Extension, NC State University
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