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mildew

mildew

mildew Sentence Examples

  • Shakespeares reference in King Lear (Act iii., Sc. iv.) may be quoted as evincing acquaintance with mildew in the 17th century, as also the interesting Rouen law of Loverdo (1660).

  • Geese and cranes, chicory, mildew, thistles, cleavers, caltrops, darnel and shade are farmer's enemies.

  • The only point of practical interest requiring mention here is the very singular fact attested by all peach-growers, that, while certain peaches are liable to the attacks of mildew, others are not.

  • Some peaches have globular, others reniform glands, others none at all, and these latter trees are much more subject to mildew than are those provided with glands.

  • Water must now be copiously supplied to the border, and air admitted in abundance, but cold draughts which favour the attack of mildew must be avoided.

  • The trees often suffer from mildew, which is best prevented by keeping the borders of the peach house clear and sufficiently moist and the house well ventilated, and if it should appear the trees should be sprayed with 1 oz.

  • Vine leaf attacked by mildew, Uncinula necator (Erysiphe Tuckeri), which forms white patches on the upper face, reduced.

  • Like the Phylloxera (q.v.; also Wine), the mildew is in its origin probably American.

  • The mildew is in its turn attacked by a fungus of the same tribe, Cicinnobolus Cesatii, which lives parasitically within the hyphae of its host, and at times even succeeds in destroying it.

  • At this season roses, grape vines and other plants are often affected by mildew; an effectual remedy is to paint the hot-water pipes with a mixture of sulphur and lime, put on as thick as ordinary whitewash, once each week until it is checked; but care must be taken not to apply it on any surface at a higher temperature than 212°.

  • The same precautions must be used against mildew and insects as given in January.

  • If weather is cold and backward, however, and in very northern regions, care must be taken not to stop firing too soon, or the plants will mildew and become stunted.

  • If grape vines show any signs of mildew, dust them over with dry sulphur, selecting a still warm day.

  • A strong growth of the fungus gives the appearance of mildew on the wood, and produces an unpleasant musty smell.

  • Oidium or mildew is only second in importance to the phylloxera.

  • Thus the disease known as tourne or casse is generally caused by the wine having been made or partly made from grapes affected by mildew.

  • In the same way the disease caused by the mildew organism may be counteracted by a slight addition of alcohol and tannin.

  • From 1882 to 1886 inclusive, the vintages were almost total failures owing to mildew.

  • The fungus, which is chiefly within the leaves and stems, seldom emerges through the firm upper surface of the leaf; it commonly appears as a white bloom or mildew on the circumference of the diseasepatches on the under surface.

  • 33-53, regulations dealing with the appearance of patches of mould or mildew on the walls of a house.

  • The cakes are liable to become mildewed, and require constant turning and occasional rubbing in dry " poppy trash " to remove the mildew, and strengthening in weak places with fresh poppy leaves.

  • Flaking and scaling set in; hard crusts of mildew formed, dissolved and re-formed with changes of weather over both the loosened parts and those that remained firm.

  • None of them arrested, some actually accelerated, the natural agencies of damp and disintegration, decay and mildew.

  • Erysiple graminis, a mildew of grasses, has caused great loss in various countries; Dilophia graminis sometimes causes deformities of the leaves and inflorescence; another somewhat similar fungus, Ophiobolus graminis, attacks the leaves and stalks near the ground, completely destroying the plants.

  • The Spanish vines have suffered, like those of France, from mildew and phylloxera.

  • barley mildew isolates continue to become more complex, the majority carrying eight or more virulence factors.

  • conidial chains of a powdery mildew fungus covering the spots.

  • conidiumplants were inoculated by shaking conidia from powdery mildew infected leaves onto the leaves of the healthy plants.

  • downy mildew.

  • downy mildew on grape vines, caused by the pathogen Plasmopara viticola.

  • It smelled like old mildew mingled with the smell of human feces.

  • The disease can be controlled with triazole fungicides, which also control powdery mildew.

  • fungusy mildew fungi are among the most important diseases of crop plants, accounting for approximately 17% of global fungicide sales.

  • gall midges, honey fungus, rust and powdery mildew may give problems.

  • By manipulating the genes that control cyanogenic glucosides, the grain was made resistant to powdery mildew.

  • gooseberry mildew The damage: Leaves and sometimes fruit develop a powdery white coating.

  • The main problem is fireblight, but caterpillars, aphids, gall midges, honey fungus, rust and powdery mildew may give problems.

  • You could try a vinegar rinse round your apt a couple of times a week to prevent any mildew from growing.

  • mildew caused by flood damage or leaky sun roofs.

  • Dr. Hannah Jones from The Eden Project, Cornwall, whose interests include powdery mildew.

  • Do you ever get mildew on your plants, i never have before, but my pansies this year have some on.

  • Thus, synthetics which resist mildew compete favorably with cotton in making sails for boats or shower curtains.

  • Each species of powdery mildew affects only specific types of plant.

  • Lettuce variety mixtures were used to investigate their value for control of downy mildew.

  • mildew fungi.

  • mildew resistant, but susceptible to gall mite and leaf curling midge.

  • mildew resistance using yeast cell wall extracts.

  • mildew infection of sour cherry (cv.

  • mildew symptom caused by P. phaseoli on cowpea leaf.

  • mildew of Barley There has been little change in the barley mildew populations in the UK in recent years.

  • barley mildew isolates continue to become more complex, the majority carrying eight or more virulence factors.

  • A small number of isolates of wheat mildew was tested for sensitivity to fenpropimorph.

  • American gooseberry mildew The damage: Leaves and sometimes fruit develop a powdery white coating.

  • mildew in spring barley.

  • mildew of barley and yellow rust of wheat have been updated for 1992.

  • Used as a surface disinfectant, Mold and Mildew Control Spray also neutralizes odors, by killing the microorganisms that cause them.

  • odourd as a surface disinfectant, Mold and Mildew Control Spray also neutralizes odors, by killing the microorganisms that cause them.

  • pearl millet that is tolerant of drought and resistant to mildew.

  • powdery mildew affects only specific types of plant.

  • powdery mildew fungi.

  • powdery mildew of cereals, caused by Blumeria graminis (Ascomycota ).

  • powdery mildew of barley and his worldwide network of collaborators.

  • powdery mildew caused by Podosphaera phaseoli (syn.

  • Dr. Hannah Jones from The Eden Project, Cornwall, whose interests include powdery mildew.

  • Close planting also shuts down air circulation to the lower leaves, encouraging powdery mildew.

  • powdery mildew on snowberry in Hungary.

  • powdery mildew in spring barley.

  • pubescent leaves, sporulation typical of a downy mildew was associated with the leaf spots.

  • Other methods: Research at HDRA has shown that sodium bicarbonate can be helpful in controlling powdery mildew.

  • Rebecca Wyand (JIC) investigated molecular host specificity in wild grass powdery mildew by screening a collection of isolates by ITS sequencing.

  • sterol content of barley leaves infected with powdery mildew as a means of assessing partial resistance to Erysiphe graminis f.sp. hordei.

  • triazole fungicides, which also control powdery mildew.

  • Mildew of barley virulence factors corresponding to resistance factors in current barley cultivars were recorded at high levels similar to previous years.

  • Shakespeares reference in King Lear (Act iii., Sc. iv.) may be quoted as evincing acquaintance with mildew in the 17th century, as also the interesting Rouen law of Loverdo (1660).

  • Geese and cranes, chicory, mildew, thistles, cleavers, caltrops, darnel and shade are farmer's enemies.

  • The only point of practical interest requiring mention here is the very singular fact attested by all peach-growers, that, while certain peaches are liable to the attacks of mildew, others are not.

  • Some peaches have globular, others reniform glands, others none at all, and these latter trees are much more subject to mildew than are those provided with glands.

  • Water must now be copiously supplied to the border, and air admitted in abundance, but cold draughts which favour the attack of mildew must be avoided.

  • The trees often suffer from mildew, which is best prevented by keeping the borders of the peach house clear and sufficiently moist and the house well ventilated, and if it should appear the trees should be sprayed with 1 oz.

  • Vine leaf attacked by mildew, Uncinula necator (Erysiphe Tuckeri), which forms white patches on the upper face, reduced.

  • which attacks the vine is caused by a mildew, Uncinula necator (Erysiphe Tuckeri) (fig.

  • Like the Phylloxera (q.v.; also Wine), the mildew is in its origin probably American.

  • The mildew is in its turn attacked by a fungus of the same tribe, Cicinnobolus Cesatii, which lives parasitically within the hyphae of its host, and at times even succeeds in destroying it.

  • At this season roses, grape vines and other plants are often affected by mildew; an effectual remedy is to paint the hot-water pipes with a mixture of sulphur and lime, put on as thick as ordinary whitewash, once each week until it is checked; but care must be taken not to apply it on any surface at a higher temperature than 212°.

  • The same precautions must be used against mildew and insects as given in January.

  • If weather is cold and backward, however, and in very northern regions, care must be taken not to stop firing too soon, or the plants will mildew and become stunted.

  • If grape vines show any signs of mildew, dust them over with dry sulphur, selecting a still warm day.

  • A strong growth of the fungus gives the appearance of mildew on the wood, and produces an unpleasant musty smell.

  • Oidium or mildew is only second in importance to the phylloxera.

  • Thus the disease known as tourne or casse is generally caused by the wine having been made or partly made from grapes affected by mildew.

  • In the same way the disease caused by the mildew organism may be counteracted by a slight addition of alcohol and tannin.

  • From 1882 to 1886 inclusive, the vintages were almost total failures owing to mildew.

  • The fungus, which is chiefly within the leaves and stems, seldom emerges through the firm upper surface of the leaf; it commonly appears as a white bloom or mildew on the circumference of the diseasepatches on the under surface.

  • 33-53, regulations dealing with the appearance of patches of mould or mildew on the walls of a house.

  • The cakes are liable to become mildewed, and require constant turning and occasional rubbing in dry " poppy trash " to remove the mildew, and strengthening in weak places with fresh poppy leaves.

  • Flaking and scaling set in; hard crusts of mildew formed, dissolved and re-formed with changes of weather over both the loosened parts and those that remained firm.

  • None of them arrested, some actually accelerated, the natural agencies of damp and disintegration, decay and mildew.

  • Erysiple graminis, a mildew of grasses, has caused great loss in various countries; Dilophia graminis sometimes causes deformities of the leaves and inflorescence; another somewhat similar fungus, Ophiobolus graminis, attacks the leaves and stalks near the ground, completely destroying the plants.

  • The Spanish vines have suffered, like those of France, from mildew and phylloxera.

  • Other methods: Research at HDRA has shown that sodium bicarbonate can be helpful in controlling powdery mildew.

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