brown blight

brown blight

[′brau̇n ¦blīt]
(plant pathology)
A virus disease of lettuce characterized by spots and streaks on the leaves, reduction in leaf size, and gradual browning of the foliage, beginning at the base.
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coronata), and brown blight [caused by Drechslera dictyoides (Drechs.) Shoemaker].