brown rot


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brown rot

any fungal or bacterial disease of plants where browning and tissue decay occur.
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After autoclaving, wood blocks were placed onto 14 day-old cultures on kolle dishes that were artificially incubated with brown rot fungi.
Developing these yeasts into commercial products will provide growers with an alternative approach for combating brown rot after harvest, and this alternative should be compatible with requirements for the rapidly growing organic market.
MSU researchers also conducted AWPA E22 Soil Block tests using the same four brown rot fungi and two white rot fungi.
If you plan to plant peach, apricot, nectarine, or plum trees, you should pant them as far as possible from other stone-fruit (except cherry) trees if brown rot is an issue in your area.
Be sure to remove any dead or rotten wood, including spurs with fruit, or brown rot infection.
Egyptian imports are now slowing down, reaching an expected 15,000 tonnes, reduced due to brown rot.
PICK off and destroy apples that are showing signs of canker and brown rot.
In the decay-resistance experiments, the researchers exposed pieces of the guayule boards to two common brown rot fungi, Gloeophyllum trabeum and Poria placenta.
Pepino mosaic virus is being detected in tomatoes sent from the Canary Islands and Spain and the big worry among potato growers is from potato brown rot which came in on more than 5,000 tons of potatoes imported from Egypt.
AFROM the leaves you sent me it is clear that your tree has been attacked by a fungal disease, possibly brown rot.
Cherry trees are also attacked by brown rot, armillaria, root rot, leaf spot and blossom blight.
The commonest use of sulfur (available as a powder for dusting plants, a wettable powder for spraying, or as liquid spray) is to control diseases like mildew, scab, and brown rot.