Managing Botrytis Blight on Geraniums
Stem, leaf, and flower blights caused by the fungus Botlytis cinerea can limit all phases of ornamental production. Botlytis is known for its ability to produce large masses of gray conidia (spores) on infected or dead tissue. The conidia may be picked up and carried on air currents and transporied to healthy plants where blight can become established.
Source: • American Floral Endowment Special Research Reports #117
Keywords: Geraniums Botyris Blight