Figure 1. A tomato leaf with lesions of bacterial spot.
Figure 2. Bacterial spot on leaves and fruit.
Figure 3. A range of symptoms of bacterial spot on fruit.
Figure 4. Symptoms caused by Xanthomonas perforans on a tomato leaf. The species name ‘perforans’ comes from the ability of the pathogen to perforate the leaf, although other symptom types are possible.
Figure 5. Bacterial spot lesions on fruit that is still wet with dew. Note the symptoms on flower bud.
Figure 6. Lesions of bacterial spot on a tomato leaf.
Figure 7. Bacterial spot on tomato transplants.
Figure 8. Bacterial spot symptoms on tomato stem.
Figure 9. Lesions of bacterial spot on tomato leaf. Note that chlorotic areas often occur where several lesions occur close together.
Figure 10. Tomato fruit severely affected by bacterial spot.