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Raspberry > Whole plant > Stunted plant/reduced vigor

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Tomato Ringspot Virus and Mosaic Virus

  • Light to dark green mottling of leaves
  • Leaves may be deformed, blistered, or misshapen
  • Plants show a progressive stunting of growth and poor yield
  • Fruits on infected bushes are small and crumbly
  • General decline in the cane vigor and fruit production
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Phytophthora Root Rot
Phytophthora cactorum

  • Leaves yellow prematurely or appear scorched along the margins and between the veins
  • All leaves may completely die and fall from cane in late summer
  • Brick red to brown discoloration can be seen inside the cane at the soil line if the bark is peeled off, and roots are red-brown
  • Plants continue to decline throughout the summer, and new canes and nearby plants become infected
  • Common in heavy, poorly drained soils
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Nutrient Deficiency

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