from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Any disease of grapes which results in the decay of the berry.


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  • If there is much complaint of mildew, grape-rot, and general feebleness of growth, he should seek to plant only the most hardy and vigorous kinds.

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  • When mildew and grape-rot first appear, the evil can often be remedied in part by dusting the vines with sulphur, and continuing the process until the disease is cured, if it ever is.

    The Home Acre


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