dollar spot

dollar spot

[′däl·ər ‚spät]
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of lawn grasses caused by Sclerotinia homeocarpa and characterized by small, round, brownish areas which gradually coalesce.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"The Chinese market is a little bit firmer and that helps as well." South Korea's won advanced from a five-year low and the Thai baht rallied from its weakest level in six years as the Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index dropped 0.4 percent overnight.
The bank said that the Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index, which monitors the dollar, dropped last week after data showed employers added fewer jobs than forecast.
The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index climbed this week by the most since November as industrial production in the US rose for a fifth month in December, capping the strongest quarter since 2010.
MESSAGE: Tourney Fungicide provides golf course superintendents with control of the big three turf diseases--brown patch, anthracnose and dollar spot.
Dollar spot, seen here on creeping bentgrass, is one of the two most troublesome diseases of golf course grasses.
For example, dollar spot is now resistant to many fungicides in some golf courses in Ohio and Michigan.
DOLLAR SPOT is a major disease that affects the performance of creeping bentgrass on golf greens, tees, and fairways.