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a disease of plants, characterized by a gray, furry coating on the decaying parts, caused by any of several fungi.
any fungus causing this disease, as
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The fungus causing
can live as a saprophyte on the dead leaves and litter under the plants.
In prolonged rainy seasons flowers and some shoots may be blighted with the
of the fungus may often be found inside or over the outside of the bud.
Under conditions of high humidity, these spots are accompanied by the brown-
of the fungus.
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