Infectious chlorosis. Verticillium tip rot Verticillium theobromae: Yellow Sigatoka Mycosphaerella musicola: Viral diseases. Topic 8. Topic 7. Topic 13. Topic 20 . Topic 20 . Black spot disease. Topic 11. Control. Infectious chlorosis. Causal organism- Thielaviopsis paradoxa Symptoms- The fungus enters through the cut stem The invaded flesh becomes soft and water soaked Management Minimising brushing Prompt cooling to 14℃ Proper sanitization of handling Stem end rot 16. Finger rot of Banana. The invaded flesh becomes soft and water-soaked. Topic 17. Diamond spot. Stem-end Rot (Common Banana Farming Diseases Symptoms) (Thielaviopsis paradoxa) The fungus enters through the cut stem or hand. Topic 10. Topic 15. Topic 21. Topic 9. Black spot disease. Topic 12. Quiz-lect-5. Crowns are soft, black and water-soaked. Banana Burrowing nematode. Topic 19. Topic 15. A mass of dark fungal growth may develop. Topic 6. The invaded flesh becomes soft and water-soaked. Crown end rot (CER) of bananas is a serious cause of post-harvest quality loss for banana fruit. Topic 6. Squirter of Banana. Topic 16. Minimising bruising; prompt cooling to 14°C; proper sanitation of handling facilities and hot water treatment of hands (such as 5 minutes in 50°C water) helps in controlling the disease in cold … Topic 17. Topic 9. Black spot of Banana. As the name suggests, the rot begins at the cut surface of the crown, and depending on the severity, can extend down the neck of the fruit and into the fingers. Topic 16. Caused by Lasiodiplodia theobromae and/or Thielaviopsis paradoxa, which enter through the cut stem or hand. Topic 21. BACTERIAL WILT 17. STEM END ROT 15. Topic 18. Quiz-lect-5. Finger rot of Banana. The rotted portion of the banana finger is dry and tends to adhere to fruits (appears similar to the ash of a cigar). Stem-end rot. Cigar end rot of Banana. Topic 14. SYMPTOMS: Crown rot, stem end rot and tip rot of green or ripe fruit. Caused by Verticillum theobromae and/or Trachysphaera fructigena. Crown rot of banana. Linalool and eugenol were found to be very effective in decreasing lesion size of stem end rot disease by 55.1 and 27.4%, respectively, when compared with controls. Crown rot of banana. Black spot of Banana. Stem end rot of banana. Topic 8. Diamond spot. Stem-end rot Colletotrichum musae: Trachysphaera finger rot Trachysphaera fructigena: Tropical speckle Ramichloridium musae = Veronaea musae = Periconiella musae. Topic 7. Stem end rot of banana. Topic 11. Topic 14. Topic 10. Cigar-end rot. Squirter of Banana. Banana fruits were artificially inoculated with 3-day old mycelium of L. theobromae, laid over a polypropylene sheet in the carton, and incubated at 18°C for 8 days. Topic 13. Topic 19. Topic 12. Cigar end rot of Banana. Topic 18. Stem end rot, caused by Dothiorella dominicana and Lasiodiplodia theobromae, was not satisfactorily controlled by these treatments. The stem end turns black and so does the skin. Banana Burrowing nematode.