downy mildew

NOUN
  1. any of various fungi of the family Peronosporaceae parasitic on e.g. grapes and potatoes and melons
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  • The timing corresponds with the formation of spores in a funguslike pathogen that attacks the plant and results in a condition known as downy mildew disease. NYT > Home Page
  • Common onion diseases include damping off, botrytis leaf blight, downy mildew, and bacterial blight.
  • Concerns about pesticide use have led breeders to develop broccoli varieties with natural resistance to downy mildew.
  • A potentially fatal fungal disease called downy mildew has been attacking basil plants in NPR Topics: News
  • Common onion diseases include damping off, botrytis leaf blight, downy mildew, and bacterial blight.
  • Eastern growers must also contend with humidity-loving black rot, botrytis, downy mildew, and phomopsis.
  • Use of Ridomil in this manner (as an eradicant) will probably lead to a rapid buildup of Ridomil-resistant strains of the downy mildew fungus in your vineyard.
  • The timing corresponds with the formation of spores in a funguslike pathogen that attacks the plant and results in a condition known as downy mildew disease. NYT > Home Page
  • (ICRISAT) achieved excellent control of downy mildew by treating planting seed with a newly developed systemic fungicide from Ciba Geigy known as GCA 48/988. Chapter 10
  • For example, copper ions (from copper oxychloride) are toxic to the zoospores of grapevine downy mildew, thus preventing infection.
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