Infected fruit are straw to light gray in color. Note numerous acervuli (black dots) are scattered over the infected fruit.
Prakash. V. R.Valiyaveedu, Cherukunnam, Anayadi P.O., Pathanamthitta Dist., Kerala, IndiaEmail: email@example.com
The disease was first recorded in South India on ripening fruits and young twigs of chili peppers in 1914. Its occurrence has been recorded in Asia, Africa and North & South America, but chiefly limited to tropical and subtropical regions.
APS publication number: IW000078
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