Shot hole is a symptom of fungal or bacterial disease of stone fruit and other plants causing small spots and holes in leaves.
Shot hole is a symptom of fungal and bacterial disease of stone fruit causing small spots that turn dark and eventually die. The dead material then falls out leaving holes in the leaves.
Use Kiwicare Fungus Control Thiram or PLANThealth Rose Force to prevent plants becoming infected with shot hole. Spraying should stop 7 days before harvest. Also improve ventilation around fruits and prevent them being in humid conditions if possible.
Note: Some leaf miner insect larvae cause similar symptoms as they eat the interior of leaves. The leaves mottle, brown and patches may die and fall out. In this case PLANThealth Rose Force will also control the leaf miner.
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Shot hole disease of stone fruit such as cherry, peach and plum is caused by the bacterium Xanthomonas arboricola.
In winter carry out a winter spray program to prevent shot hole fungal disease and other diseases.
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