brown rot


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brown rot

[¦brau̇n ¦rät]
(plant pathology)
Any fungus or bacterial plant disease characterized by browning and tissue decay.

brown rot

A fungus that destroys wood cellulose, leaving a brown powdery residue behind.
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Average weight loss of two control groups (fresh southern pine and out-of-service guardrail) and flakeboard panels manufactured from five different ratios of recycled CCA-treated wood and virgin untreated southern pine wood after exposure to white rot (Trametes versicolor ATCC isolate 42462) for 16 weeks and brown rot (Gloeophyllum trabeum ATCC isolate 11539) for 8 weeks in a soil block test.
Four species of wood-decay fungi were used, including three white rot fungi and one brown rot fungus, obtained from pure cultures of the Department of Plant Pathology, Federal University of Lavras, which were codified with specific names as described in Table 2.
The objective of this study was to assess the effect of different wetness periods and incubation temperatures on the development of brown rot monocycle caused by M.
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Company farms are subject to pest-free area (PFA) supervision, which is a European Union affiliated project to take inventory of and combat brown rot.
Among these, the brown rot disease caused by Ralstonia solanacearum (Smith) Yabuuchi is the most important problem in India.
USDA-ARS scientists examined the microflora on the surface of plums to find potential biocontrol agents against brown rot.
Besides soft rot, brown rot and white rot fungi are also involves in the degradation of cellulose.
In pre or postharvest periods and during storage, healthy fruits may be carriers of latent brown rot infections; when these latent infections develop into disease, the fruits show symptoms, affecting the economics of production.
Apply early-season sulfur sprays to suppress brown rot and other common diseases.
He said Lebanon had been on the blacklist for potato imports to Europe since the publication of a report confirming the presence of the brown rot disease in the 1960s.
Cherries: EU controls to prevent brown rot, which the US says are beyond what is required from cherries grown inside the EU