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fire blightの例文

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  • Fire blight is a bacterial infection that affects apples, pears and roses.
  • The three worst diseases of apples are fire blight, cedar-apple rust and scab.
  • Fire blight is a bacterial disease found on pears this time of year.
  • A : Fire blight is a bacterial disease that attacks pears.
  • A : Fire blight, a bacterial disease, could be the problem.
  • Fire blight is treated with a streptomycin antibiotic during bloom.
  • DESIRED TRAITS : increased sugar-alcohol levels; fire blight resistance; altered flowering time; lepidopteran resistance.
  • Fire blight is a bacterial infection that affects apples, pears and roses, but not humans.
  • Japan said its restrictions were necessary to prevent introduction of fire blight, a plant disease.
  • `Le Conte'is susceptible to fire blight, a bacterial disease.
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  • Fire blight is not believed to be present in Australia though it might possibly exist there.
  • Don't let the possibility of fire blight scare you away from growing this tasty fruit, though.
  • But if it hadn't been scab, it might have been cedar-apple rust, fire blight or powdery mildew.
  • Bartlett pears are susceptible to fire blight.
  • In the 1950s streptomycin and oxytetracycline showed high success in controlling fire blight in comparison to copper.
  • Bacterial fire blight is often a problem.
  • Japan does not have fire blight.
  • New Zealand has long been afflicted by fire blight, a bacterial disease that withers apple and pear trees.
  • Fire blight, a plant disease caused by bacterium Erwinia amylovora, is commonly found in pear and apple crops.
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