What is that?

Blossom, Foliage and Fruit Diseases

Brown rot of peach Brown rot - mature fruit (M. fructicola)

green fruit rot Brown rot - green fruit (M. fructicola)

blossom blight

Brown rot - blossom blight (M. fructicola)

fruit mummy

Brown rot - fruit mummy (M. fructicola)

Botryosphaeria rot
Botryosphaeria rot (B. dothidia; pdf)
Anthracnose
Anthracnose rot (C. acutatum; pdf)
scab
Peach scab on fruit (F. carpophilum)
Rhizopus rot
Rhizopus fruit rot (R. stolonifer)

Gilbertella
Gilbertella rot

mucor
Mucor rot

mildew
Powdery mildew

grey mold
Jacket rot

bspot fruit
Bacterial spot - fruit

bspot leaves
Bacterial spot - leaf

phomopsis tendrils
Phomopsis - tendrils

phomopsis
Phomopsis
- twig blight

leaf curl
Leaf curl

leaf curl
Leaf curl

verticillium tree
Verticillum wilt

verticillium branch
Verticillium wilt

leucostoma
Leucostoma - young lesion

leucostoma old
Leucostoma - twig canker

leaf rust
Peach leaf rust

rust sori
Peach leaf rust - sori

Sour rot
Sour rot on fruit (pdf)
gumballs
Gummosis gumballs
gumballsontrunk
Gummosis gumballs
phonypeach
Phony Peach - dots in limb
Bcanker
Bacterial Canker



Abiotic damages

red spot disorder
Red spot disorder
broncing
Broncing
inking
Inking
hail
Hail injury
deer damage
deer damage
Bare shoot
Blind wood

red suture
Red Suture Disease







Insect damages

grasshopper
Grasshopper damage















Unknowns

budgalls
Strange budgalls

Acknowledgements
Images of peach leaf rust were provided by Phillip Brannen, UGA.

Images of bacterial spot on fruit and leaves were provided by Dave Ritchie, NC State.

Images of grasshopper damage were provided by Greg Henderson, Edgefield, SC.

Some images were obtained from the world wide web and link to the original source to give authors credit.