Fusarium Wilt

The Fusarium wilt fungus infects plants through the rootlets, invading the xylem and eventually extending throughout the plant. Individual branches and associated leaves on plants infected with Fusarium become yellow and wilt. Sometimes only one branch or one side of the plant is affected, creating a yellow flag effect. Infected plants usually die. A dark brown vascular discoloration extends far up the stem. Symptoms often first appear during fruit sizing.

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Presence among species

AgentsSusceptible host
Fusarium oxysporumSolanum lycopersicum (Pythozome V13)
Fusarium oxysporumArabidopsis thaliana (Pythozome V13)
Fusarium oxysporumCucumis melo (Ensembl Plants release-51)