damping off

NOUN
  1. a plant disease caused by a fungus; diseased condition of seedlings in excessive moisture
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How To Use damping off In A Sentence

  • Puddles can create ideal conditions for diseases such as root rot, damping off and seedling blight.
  • Most of our celosia fell victim to damping off, and the larkspur and other flowers were late.
  • Symptoms associated with Phytophthora sojae infections include seed rots, pre- and post-emergence damping off of seedlings and stem rot of plants at various growth stages.
  • Common onion diseases include damping off, botrytis leaf blight, downy mildew, and bacterial blight.
  • Seedlings started indoors in pots are especially susceptible to a fungus disease called damping off, which causes young plants to suddenly wilt and die.
  • Seedling diseases including damping off and seed rot are the most common soybean disease problems in Nebraska.
  • This is a different fungus than the one that causes early season damping off problems associated with soybean stand.
  • Make sure that your seedlings are getting their moisture, but don't over water or the disease called damping off could occur and ruin all of your hard work.
  • Most of our celosia fell victim to damping off, and the larkspur and other flowers were late.
  • When seedlings suddenly bend at the soil line, it's often the work of a fungal disease called damping off.
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