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 Mehltau

Mildew

Glossary term

Mehltau
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Name for two very dangerous, with Mushrooms vine-induced diseases, both of which come from North America and in the second half of the 19th Century were introduced to Europe. Both fungi are among the biotrophic Parasites , Which means they feed on living cells of the infected host. The two powdery mildew diseases are often confused, less because of illness symptoms, which are pretty straightforward, but because of the similar names. There are plant-specific powdery mildew fungi, for example, for apples, peas, cucumbers, roses, grapes and spinach. They are strictly host specific, meaning they can only live on their host. The two diseases are classic with Sulfur (powdery ...
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