Gray mold in caneberries

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Recent cool and wet weather has resulted in the appearance of gray mold in the ripening blackberry crop. Here is a recent edited post from researchers at Ohio State University. http://teamrubus.blogspot.com/2013/07/its-been-cool-and-now-its-wet-so-gray.html

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Photo of Dr. Gina FernandezDr. Gina FernandezExtension Specialist (Small Fruits) (919) 513-7416 gina_fernandez@ncsu.eduHorticultural Science - NC State University
Updated on Feb 25, 2014
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