brown patch


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brown patch

[′brau̇n ‚pach]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of grasses in golf greens and lawns caused by various soil-inhabiting species, typically producing brown circular areas surrounded by a band of grayish-black mycelia.
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Cephalothorax scarcely longer than wide, narrow anteriorly, thoracic region with median chalk brown patch having lateral projections.
plots diseased with brown patch (Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn) is to be analyzed.
Anything else could just be a Gerwer puke stain or the brown patch Boulala left on your couch, for all you know.
It was discovered by Texas A&M, that it killed peanut fungus and the Dirt Doctor tried it on a brown patch.
For instance, focus on the brown patch in the "tie-dye" shot, above.
I've had farmers show me a brown patch that they would have sprayed with pesticides before, but they now know the problem to be nutritional," Kenmore says.
In the first inning, as Rogers began what became a 3-1 Tigers victory, a Fox camera picked up a brown patch of skin at the base of his left (pitching) thumb.
resistance, brown patch (caused by Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn) resistance, and overall turf quality.
Endure was developed as part of a breeding program to develop tall fescue cultivars with improved resistance to brown patch (caused by Rhizoctonia solani Kuhn).
There was a large white horse with a brown patch and a smaller brown one if that helps.
WHAT a shame a lovely sunny afternoon out was spoilt seeing a lovely white dog with a brown patch over each eye getting a vicious kick in its stomach from the owner.
REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS: Common toads, with a broad, squat body covered in warts and skin that looks dry and varies from dark brown to grey or olive; Common frogs, with a slender body, short limbs, webbed toes and an obvious dark brown patch behind the eye, smooth damp skin varying in colour from grey, olive green, yellow or brown with darker patches; slowworms, with a long, snakelike body, eyelids (making them distinguishable from snakes), smooth, wet looking skin varying from grey, bronze and light brown; Common lizard with a long body and short legs, grey, brown, bronze or green skin and a line of white spots down the flanks.