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" Ehrenberg's genus and ought to bear the name ampelicida. It makes its appearance only on nearly full grown berries, exhibiting in the first stage a discolored spot on the side, but never at the base of the berry, about two lines in diameter, with a dark... "
Transactions of the Academy of Science of Saint Louis - Page 165
1868
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The Missouri Yearbook of Agriculture: Annual Report, Volume 1

Agriculture - 1866
...botanists. It evidently belonged near Ehrenberg's genus naemespora, and ought to bear the name ampelicida. It makes its appearance only on nearly full grown...the side, but never at the base of the berry, about two lines in diameter, with a dark dot in the center. This spot soon becomes a light brown, and remains...
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Culture of the Grape

William Chamberlain Strong - Viticulture - 1866 - 355 pages
...N"o3maspora, and ought to bear the name Ampelicida. It makes its appearance only on nearly full-grown berries, exhibiting in the first stage a discolored...the side, but never at the base, of the berry, about two lines in diameter, with a dark spot in the centre. This spot soon becomes light brown, and remains...
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Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture, 1865

United States Commissioner of Agriculture - 1866
...ncemaspara, and ought to bear the name of ampelicida. It makes its appearance only on nearly full-grown berries, exhibiting in the first stage a discolored spot on the side, (but never at the base of the Ueiry,) about two lines in diameter, with a dark spot in the centre. This spot soon becomes light brown,...
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Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture

Agriculture - 1866
...nrr.maspora, and ought to bear the name of ampelicida. It makes its appearance only on nearly iull-grown berries, exhibiting in the first stage a discolored spot on the side, (but never at the base of the beiry,) about two lines in diameter, with a dark spot in the centre. This spot soon becomes light brown,...
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Commissioner of Agriculture

Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture - 1866
...ncemaspora, and ought to bear the name of ampelicida. It makes its appearance only on nearly full-grown berries, exhibiting in the first stage a discolored spot on the side, (but never at the base of the beiry,) about two lii>es in diameter, with a dark spot in the centre. This spot soon becomes light...
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The Practical Entomologist, Volumes 1-2

Beneficial insects - 1866
...on the contrary, according to Dr. Engelmann, •• makes its appearance only on nearly full-grown berries, exhibiting in the first stage a discolored spot on the side of the berry, about ,'. inch in diameter, with a dark dot in the centre; after which the berry gradually...
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Culture of the Grape

William Chamberlain Strong - Grapes - 1867 - 355 pages
...Ncemaspora, and ought to bear the name Ampelicida. It makes its appearance only on nearly full-grown berries, exhibiting in the first stage a discolored...the side, but never at the base, of the berry, about two lines in diameter, with a dark spot in the centre. This spot soon becomes light brown, and remains...
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Hyatt's Hand-book of Grape Culture: Or, Why, Where, When, and how to Plant ...

Thomas Hart Hyatt - Viticulture - 1867 - 279 pages
...rot, is brought on by a very different fungus, which Dr. Engleman thinks is undescribed by botanists. It makes its appearance only on nearly full grown berries, exhibiting in the first stnge a discolored spot on the side, but never at the base, of the berry, about two lines in diameter,...
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Memoir of George Engelmann, 1809-1884

Charles Abiathar White - 1896 - 21 pages
...botanists. It evidently belonged near Ehrenberg's genus Ncemaspora, and ought to bear the name ampelicida. It makes its appearance only on nearly full grown...with a dark dot in the centre. This spot soon becomes light-brown and remains so, while the surrounding part of the berry gets darker, and exhibits a rough...
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Report of the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell ..., Issue 24

New York State College of Agriculture, Cornell University. Agricultural Experiment Station - Agriculture - 1912
...undescribed by botanists. It evidently belongs near Ehrenberg's genus and ought to bear the name ampclicida. It makes its appearance only on nearly full grown...the side, but never at the base of the berry, about two lines in diameter, with a dark spot in the centre. This spot soon becomes light brown and remains...
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