Cultural practices and fungicides can help control sooty blotch and flyspecksooty blotch and flyspeckSooty blotch and flyspeck is a descriptive term for a condition of darkly pigmented blemishes and smudges caused by a number of different fungi affecting fruit including apples, pear, persimmon, banana, papaya, and several other cultivated tree and vine crops. › wiki › Sooty_blotch_and_flyspeckSooty blotch and flyspeck – Wikipedia. Proper pruning of apples trees and thinning of fruit promote drying and help reduce disease severity. Fungicides may also be necessary. If control measures fail, sooty blotch and flyspeck can be removed with vigorous rubbing

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