Jolly then inquired about the Company's gray mold
Discard any showing powdery, gray mold
or if they are soft and squishy.
More often, the winemaker is left in the position of vinifying grapes that have ripened under poorly ventilated conditions, resulting in Botrytis infections that produce gray mold
The primary strategy to control tomato gray mold
is the use of fungicides [3, 4].
Throughout the world genus Botrytis that causes gray mold
disease and was reported in several plants in both pre and post-harvest (TOFOLI et al., 2011).
Among the various biotic stresses of chickpea, botrytis gray mold
(BGM) caused by Botrytis cinerea Pers.
In the present study, a total of 186 bacterial strains isolated from various soil sources and plant species from Eastern Anatolia region in Turkey were evaluated for their ability to suppress gray mold
(Botrytis cinerea Pers.
cinerea (gray mold
) in Red Globe and Thompson Seedless table grapes .
Their topics include fungal soil-borne pathogens in strawberries, the role of rhizobacteria in the biological control of plant diseases, onion white rot, controlling gray mold
disease of vegetables and fruits using Bacillus subtilis ID-1080, and various diseases of major vegetables in Korea.
With this approval, the pesticide is now indicated for powdery mildew on 219 kinds of vegetables and gray mold
that affects strawberries and green peppers specfically.
Sampangine-based compounds have been shown to control fungi such as Botrytis cinerea, which causes gray mold
on tomatoes; Colletotrichum fragariae, which causes anthracnose crown rot and will in strawberry plants; and Fusarium oxysporum, which causes vascular will in crops such as potatoes, sugarcane, and many ornamentals.
Grapes also are vulnerable to botrytis, also known as bunch rot, a gray mold
that springs up in dense grape clusters that get no air circulation.