Botrytis


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Botrytis

a common fungal cause of spoilage in stored meat.
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in lettuce and canola, botrytis in grapes and blossom blight in almonds.
In the past, Tokaji Aszu was harvested at the end of October and the beginning of November, with botrytis and high sugars.
The team tried to understand the mechanisms that control plant defence to a sum of biotic and abiotic stresses and found removing the Expansin-like A2 gene (also known as EXLA2 mutation) reduced the susceptibility to Botrytis cinerea in a plant.
Rain is bad for strawberries because the two most important diseases, Botrytis and anthracnose, thrive in the rain.
Single spore of Botrytis cinerea isolate A5 (isolated from infected tomato in greenhouse of Hamedan Province, Iran,) maintained at 22 [degrees]C on PDA.
Look around for Australia's Woodstock botrytis semillon, pictured above which is pounds 11.
Typical spring fungus diseases in Southern California -- powdery mildew, rose rust and blackspot on roses, and botrytis or brown rot on fruit trees -- need to be prevented with springtime sprays.
A rose by any other name may smell just as sweet, but black spot, botrytis, and many other causes can blight its beauty.
A peony with botrytis has blasted (browned) buds that do not open and shoots that rot at the base.
If the grapes had botrytis, or "noble rot," expect honey.
Tamar Ridge is launching Botrytis Riesling, which comes from selected areas of the Kayena Estate vineyards around the winery.
Susceptible to Botrytis, it can make some great sweet wines such as Beerenauslese and Trockenbeerenauslese.