The Q&A Archives: Fusarium Wilt

Question: How do I get rid of Fusarium wilt?

Answer: You didn't indicate specifically which plants were affected in your garden, but Fusarium wilt is a fungus that attacks a wide range of flowers, vegetables, fruits, and ornamentals. Infected plants wilt and may turn yellow. To control, plant resistant cultivars. Rotate crops, and do not replant in areas where problems have occurred. If wilt only affects a branch, it may help to cut it out well below the wilt symptoms. Destroy infected branches or whole plants that show symptoms of Fusarium wilt.

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