MILDEW


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A typical dirt crawl space is damp or at least has high humidity -- a perfect situation for mildew growth and thus that icky smell.
Despite its friendly sounding name evocative of baby ducklings, downy mildew is not a pretty disease.
These microbes include bacteria, mold and mildew, pink stain as well as algae and they, or their metabolic products, have a significant impact on the functionality and aesthetics of technical textiles.
All the recommended package of practices was applied except protection for control of powdery mildew under natural filed condition.
Models for quantifying the damage caused by downy mildew can be obtained by quantifying severity of the disease and correlating it with yield.
The company said MBI-110 is a broad spectrum product and is notable for its activity on downy mildews and white molds, as shown in two years of field trials in the US, Canada and Europe.
Desperate to win Mould back, Fungus and Mildew - disguised as humans - leave Bogeydom to live next door to a dysfunctional family in suburban Daventry.
Downy mildew is usually a lettuce grower's worst nightmare; it's the biggest problem in lettuce production.
Be proactive about powdery mildew and wash off spores before you even see mildew.
The downy mildew was the first disease that started after renewal vegetation of alfalfa.
The Slip-Slide Misadventure of Mildew Goo" is a rhythmic fable deftly told by R.