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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harzianum were the fungus causing the green mold epidemic, its commercial viability would be in jeopardy: It would be attacking a valuable and popular food commodity.
Grapefruit are vulnerable to a species of Penicillium that causes green mold to cover the surface of the fruit.
The second patented formulation identified a fungicidal protective coating for supplement nutrients, which is still preferred today by the majority of mushroom farms in the United States as an effective tool in the ongoing battle against aggressive green mold disease that continues to challenge the industry.
The trusses have accumulated growths of a green mold called trichoderma, which can be particularly hazardous for infants and young children, the lawsuit states.
We did not observe green mold disease for any of the MCS substrate crops.
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.
Paley, summarizes a monitoring program set up by AMI to understand the degree of green mold on farms in Pennsylvania and to find out if current control technologies are sufficient to manage the disease.
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.
In early January, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved the Section 18 emergency exemptions for use of thiophanate-methyl to control green mold in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Oregon and California.
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The study shows that composts with poor oxygen conditions are more susceptible to Green Mold.
aggressivum (Ta2) causes the most devastating form of green mold disease on cultivated mushrooms (Agaricus bisporus) in North America.