Passion fruit (Passiflorae edulis Sims) is an important crop, whose production is constrained by many diseases such as fusarium wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. Passiflorae and loses have been estimated to be up to 80 %. There is lack of information on the effectiveness of current pesticides on the market in the management of this disease. The book presents the results for the tests that were conducted in the laboratory and greenhouse at Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) to evaluate the efficacy of selected fungicides and bio-control agents in management of Fusarium wilt disease of purple passion fruits. The information in this book will help the researchers, farmers and the policy makers in developing an integrated disease management package for Fusarium wilt in passion fruits.