This is another fungal infection
which usually appears from late summer through the winter.
are a white die back of the leaf tips, white patches appearing on other
parts of the leaf and stem, and stunted growth. Infected leaves look
watery, thin and papery, eventually they rot away.
unpleasant, infected leeks wilt quickly and will not keep at all. Badly infected leeks should be removed and destroyed, and the remainder
sprayed fortnightly with a fungicide until all the white patches