Though of the Bigarreau group the flesh is too tender to well withstand harvesting, shipping and the brown-rot.
It has the reputation of being quite susceptible to brown-rot.
Varieties of peaches show various degrees of susceptibility to brown-rot.
For a peach of its season, Schumaker is remarkably free from brown-rot.
As with all of these early, white-fleshed peaches, Governor Hogg is quite susceptible to both leaf-curl and brown-rot.
As grown on the Station grounds the fruits are very susceptible to brown-rot.
Even so it is impossible to exterminate all of the countless myriads of brown-rot spores.
It resembles Triumph but is larger and freer from leaf-curl and brown-rot.
The fruits are too tender for shipment and very subject to brown-rot.
In the East, too, Napoleon is more susceptible to brown-rot than several of its rivals.
|brown rot |
Any of several plant diseases, especially a disease of peach, plum, cherry, and related plants, caused by an ascomycete fungus and characterized by wilting and browning of the flowers and leaves and rotting of the fruits.