Damping-off | Fungal Plant Disease | Symptoms, Causes, Control | Pesticides management

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Damping-off is a horticultural disease

A soil-borne fungal disease that affects seeds and new seedlings, damping-off usually refers to the rotting of the stem and root tissues at and below the soil surface. In most cases, infected plants will germinate and come up fine, but within a few days, they become water-soaked and mushy, fall over at the base and die.

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