leaf mold of tomato

Chlorotic lesions on leaves caused by leaf mold of tomato. Figure 1. Chlorotic lesions on leaves caused by leaf mold of tomato.
Leaf mold of tomato. Figure 2. Leaf mold of tomato.
 Underside of tomato leaf with leaf mold showing sporulation of causal fungus just starting. Figure 3. Underside of tomato leaf with leaf mold showing sporulation of causal fungus just starting.
Leaf mold of tomato. Figure 4. Leaf mold of tomato.
Underside of leaf with sporulation of causal fungus visible for tomato leaf mold. Figure 5. Underside of leaf with sporulation of causal fungus visible for tomato leaf mold.
Leaf mold of tomato Figure 6. Leaf mold of tomato. The variety on the left is partially resistant, while the variety on the right is susceptible.
Underside of a leaf with tomato leaf mold. Figure 7. Underside of a leaf with tomato leaf mold.
Close up of leaf with tomato leaf mold. Figure 8. Close up of leaf with tomato leaf mold. Note chlorotic lesions with diffuse margins.
Leaf mold of tomato. Figure 9. Leaf mold of tomato.
Underside of tomato leaf with leaf mold. Figure 10. Underside of tomato leaf with leaf mold.
Leaf mold of tomato. Figure 11. Leaf mold of tomato. While the sporulation of the causal fungus can often be observed on the bottom of the leaf, occasionally sporulation can be seen on the top of the leaf.
Close up of sporulation on underside of tomato leaf with leaf mold. Figure 12. Close up of sporulation on underside of tomato leaf with leaf mold.
Severe leaf mold of tomato. Figure 13. Severe leaf mold of tomato.