Bacterial Spot
Bacterial Spot Symptoms
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Disease Name
Bacterial Spot

Scientific Name
Xanthamonas campestris pv. vesicatoria
Brown, circular spots form and may appear grayish (water-soaked) around the edges during rainy or dew periods. Spots are usually small, approx. 1/8 in across. Spots may combine as long streaks under wet, warm conditions, but no halo is present around them. Brown, circular spots form and may appear grayish (water-soaked) around the edges during rainy or dew periods. Spots are usually small, approx. 1/8 in across. Spots may combine as long streaks under wet, warm conditions, but no halo is present around them. Photo credit: Florida Division of Plant Industry , Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Bugwood.org Spots on the fruits look like tiny, raised blisters which grow to become a larger, brown, scab-like spot with a sunken center. Fruit lesions may have a halo that disappears in time.