Can you eat purple sprouting broccoli that's had a fungus infection?

by Mike
(Uk)

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Can you eat purple sprouting broccoli that's had a fungus infection?

Plants, 2off, 3-4 foot high, seem to have recovered from a white fungal infections that killed off many of lower bigger leaves over the winter. Still some patches of off white/ yellow rot in lower leaves about size of a penny, rotting holes in leaves.
Now fruiting, didn't think it would as lost large amount of leaves.
Fruit look fine.

Are they safe to eat!?

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May 14, 2018
Ahhhhhhhhhh, further perusal of the internet generalising vegetables do not as a rule pass on any disease to humans. So I'm happily eating the ( diminished) fruits, ignoring the fading fungus..
by: Anonymous

.. And fighting of cabbage whites for the second time in plants nearly 12 month life...

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