green mold


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green mold

[¦grēn ¦mōld]
(mycology)
Any fungus, especially Penicillium and Aspergillus species, that is green or has green spores.
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Smilanick JL, Mansour MF, Gabler FM, Sorenson D (2008) Control of citrus postharvest green mold and sour rot by potassium sorbate combined with heat and fungicides.
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As part of the monitoring program, growers will receive an email notification to complete quarterly surveys on-lines so that we can track the impact that Green Mold is having on our industry.
Earlier this year, 72 written surveys were mailed to growers to obtain information regarding the impact that Trichoderma Green Mold had on their farms during calendar year 2009.