Definition of Blue mold fungus

1. Noun. Fungus causing a serious disease in tobacco plants characterized by bluish-grey mildew on undersides of leaves.

Exact synonyms: Peronospora Tabacina
Group relationships: Genus Peronospora, Peronospora
Generic synonyms: Downy Mildew, False Mildew



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Literary usage of Blue mold fungus

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1. Lens by State Microscopical Society of Illinois (1873)
"The chemical action of the blue-mold fungus is slow, and its odor is simply that of sour paste, while the destructive action of the potato-rot is very rapid ..."

2. Hartwick New York--Heart of Otsego County by Town of Hartwick Historical Society (2002)
"At that time the blue mold fungus set in and destroyed the crop. The Greens turned to poultry, apples, potatoes, and milk as their cash crops. ..."

3. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Plant Industry (1908)
"The common blue-mold fungus was always found to be associated with decaying oranges, as was observed in 1905 by Woodworth.0 This fungus grew within the ..."

4. Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1908)
"A common form of loss in the lemon while in transit and in the markets is due to a blue-mold fungus, which gains entrance to the fruit through abrasions in ..."

5. Report by New Hampshire Board of agriculture (1879)
"The chemical action of the blue-mold fungus is slow, and its odor is simply that of sour paste, while the destructive action of the potato-rot is very rapid ..."

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