Wednesday, 4 November 2020
Small (3-8mm diameter) tan spots with reddish-brown margins develop on leaves. The spots are usually circular but may be angular when bordered by leaf veins. Spots are often surrounded by a light green to yellow halo, the center of the spots often dry and fall out, leaving a shot-hole appearance, leafs often tear from spot to spot.
On stems, brown, sunken spots or lesions with reddish edges may form. On pods, circular dark-green spots with a water-soaked appearance occur, later becoming enlarged and sunken. If the pods are infected early, they may become twisted or bent where lesions develop.