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Old 4 Weeks Ago   #1
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I’ve got this crud on a monotaro. Around the base of the plant I placed newspaper and straw to prevent splash back. I’ve been spraying with daconil, but I still got this. Anything I can do about it? Do I need to pull plant?
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Septoria. Daconil has some preventative effect, but all home garden antifungals usually delay infection/slow down disease progress instead of preventing it entirely.

No need to pull the plant. Septoria does not affect fruit. Prune off affected leaves and stay on top of spraying to slow down the disease.
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Thanks!
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