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Pansy > Plant > Stunted plant

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  • Root rot 1
  • Black root rot 2
  • Root rot 3

Root Rot
Pythium spp., Rhizoctonia solani, Thielaviopsis basicola

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  • Downy mildew 1
  • Downy mildew 2

Downy Mildew
Pernospora violae

  • Leaves turn pale green to yellow and may curl slightly downward
  • Downy white fungal growth on underside of leaves
  • Plants become yellow in color and stunted
  • Infected leaves prematurely drop from the plant leaving a barren stalk with few leaves
  • Disease favors cool, wet weather
  • More information on Downy Mildew

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