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Fusarium Wilt is a soil-borne pathogen that attacks crops or plants contaminated by the soil. It is commonly found throughout the United States, affecting several hundred plant species every year.

Stunted growth, wilting, yellowing, and falling of leaves are significant indicators of the presence of Fusarium wilt disease in your landscape. The early symptoms of Fusarium Wilt are identical to Anthracnose Fungal Disease. So, it is ideal to go for expert arboriculture consultation before offering treatment to control Anthracnose.

About Fusarium Fungus

Also known as ‘Fusarium Oxysporum, these disease fungi enter through the roots and block the water-conducting vessels of young plants. So, it successfully obstructs the transmission of water and nutrients required for healthy plant growth. Eventually, it spread into stems and plant extremities.

Younger and more vulnerable roots are the main entrant point of this fungal organism. Precisely, dry weather and poor soil moisture encourage this wilt disease.

It develops faster and thrives at a soil temperature above 75°F. However, it can survive in the soil for years without access to living host plants. It often spreads to other healthy plants and trees through insects, gardening tools, and water. Thus, instant treatment to stop the spread of Fusarium wilt is crucial.

Now, you know about Fusarium Fungus and how it spreads; get insights into the symptoms, so you have clear insights into this disease.

Symptoms Of Fusarium Wilt Disease

  • Wilting of the foliage is one of the primary signs indicating the presence of these soil-borne pathogens
  • Reduction in the production of flowers and fruits
  • Progression of Fusarium Wilt Fungus will cause foliage to turn yellow and then brown
  • Faded and stunted growth of plants
  • Dropping of leaves and dark brown streaks on affected stems
  • Rotting of roots
  • It often shows up the symptoms on one side of plants and leaves
  • Bottom leaves will turn pale green to golden yellow
  • Gradually all leaves will wilt, wither, and fall
  • Delay in treatment of Fusarium wilt disease results in further infection to nearby host-plants
Lower leaves yellow and dry by Fusarium disease

How Can You Get Rid Of Fusarium Wilt Disease

With an organic and customized treatment, you can control Fusarium wilt disease. We offer premium solutions like a trunk injection, eco-friendly disinfectants, etc., for the control of Fusarium wilt disease.

So, whenever you suspect problems related to Fusarium fungus in your garden or lawn or notice premature browning or yellowing foliage, call for our long-lasting and non-toxic treatment solutions. Otherwise, your trees will become an ideal place for Bot Cankers, Shot Hole Borers, and other pathogens to thrive.

Benefits Of Our Fusarium Treatment

  • Customized treatment solutions based on the intensity of the diseases and plant species
  • Organic injections and disinfectants to avoid hazards to trees and the environment
  • Trained and experienced arborists to deal with Fusarium wilt disease
  • Prevention strategies to safeguard trees from Fusarium Fungus in future
  • An extensive inspection of your yard or garden to identify all tree health care problems
  • Complete guidance on the tree and plant health and treatment solutions to retain or promote their health as well as vitality

Want to know more about Fusarium fungus treatment? Connect with the professional experts at Tree Doctor Call us now on (619) 971-2186

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, this pathogen can affect discrete hosts irrespective of their age. Eggplant, tomatoes, pepper plants, and potatoes are very susceptible plants, but they also affect other herbaceous plants.

At Tree Doctor USA, we treat Fusarium wilt disease by increasing air circulation around the plants, sowing seeds heavily, maintaining the perfect water level in the soil, planting resistant varieties, removing infected plants, sterilizing the tools, and many other viable solutions.

Fusarium Oxysporum consists of numerous species which usually produce symptoms, such as necrosis, brown vascular system, leaf drop prematurely, wilting, and chlorosis.

In order to prevent Fusarium wilt, destroy affected plants completely, buy resistant varieties, use clean materials, apply nitrogen, suitable soil drainage, disinfect irrigation water, machinery, tools, and other specific solutions that your plant demands.