Plant Diseases

Plant diseases are caused by pathogens, such as fungi, bacteria, viruses, and nematodes, that infect plants and cause damage to their growth and development. Symptoms of plant diseases can include wilting, discoloration, stunted growth, and reduced yields. Plant diseases can be transmitted through the soil, air, water, or plant-to-plant contact, and can be spread by insects or other pests.

Prevention and control of plant diseases often involves good sanitation practices, planting disease-resistant varieties, and using appropriate fungicides or other treatments. Overall, plant diseases are a significant challenge for farmers and gardeners and can have a major impact on crop production and food security.

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