ghost spot

ghost spot

[′gōst ‚spät]
(plant pathology)
A disease of tomato characterized by small white rings on the fruit.
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Eerie, crooked gravestones, headless angels covered in ivy, dark, overgrown passages between the tombs, it's no wonder this is Britain's No1 ghost spot.
Revamped for the occasion is stalwart attraction Duel, which becomes Skelvin's Haunted Adventure, where you help the friendly ghost spot the silly spooks along the way Another big hit with the younger kids is the Trick Or Treat doors, where they get to take to the stage with the resort's resident witches to choose a door and see what lies behind it.
It is important to note that TREC can be amplified from the ghost spot previously used in the CD345 assay and can still correctly identify T cell-deficient specimens, thereby demonstrating that an initial immunoassay as a primary screen and a molecular assay as a secondary screen can be performed on a single DBS punch (4).
It appears on chrysanthemum petals, causes the core of gladiolus to rot, leads to ghost spot on tomatoes where a pale green ring appears on the skin, and other symptoms on onions, geraniums and a host of other plants.
It appears on chrysanthemum petals,causes the core of gladiolus to rot,leads to ghost spot on tomatoes where a pale green ring appears on the skin,and other symptoms on onions,geraniums and a host of other plants.
ADRIENNE SAYS: Your tomatoes have got Ghost Spot which is caused by the fungus Botrytis cinerea, whose spores are spread by rain or water splash.
GREY mould, known as Botrytis, causes the core of gladiolus to rot, ghost spot on tomatoes, and various symptoms in onions, geraniums and other plants.