Spotted leaves. What's that?

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Hi! Here are some leaves from my spiked speedwell (Veronica spicata). They get these brown, almost
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perfectly round dots which after few days become holes. Could anyone identify what desease is this?
 
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Veronica leaf spot. Almost every plant has its own variety of Leaf spot. Treatment is the same for all, a good quality fungicide. Remove and destroy any affected leaves.
 
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Veronica Septoria Leaf Spot (Septoria veronicae) is an ascomycete fungus known to infect various species of Speedwell (Veronica) in the Plantain Family (Plantaginaceae). Sometimes, f you catch the disease early in its onset, sanitation may be enough to control it. Remove and dispose of all infected leaves and mulch the soil around the plant with a fresh wood chip mulch.
 

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