Gray Mold on Apples
Gray mold (Botrytis cinerea) is a common postharvest disease on apples worldwide. This fungus has the ability to spread from decayed fruit to surrounding healthy fruit through fruit-to-fruit contact during storage. Because of this, significant losses as high as 20-60% are not uncommon after an extended period of storage, particularly on fruit that were not treated with fungicides prior to storage
For a full description of gray mold and it’s management visit our page Gray Mold Postharvest Disease.
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