Efficacy of Pre-harvest Fungicide Applications and Cold Storage for Post-harvest Control of Botrytis Fruit Rot (Gray Mold) on Red Raspberry

Fig. 1. Percentage of raspberry fruits with Botrytis fruit rot (gray mold) symptoms at 2 to 8 days of post-harvest incubation at either room temperature (left-hand graphs) (23°C) or cold storage (right-hand graphs) (4°C) in 2003 (upper graphs) and 2004 (lower graphs). Lines and symbols correspond to different treatments: fungicide sprays during bloom only, pre-harvest sprays (post-bloom), full schedule (combination of both bloom and pre-harvest sprays), and an unsprayed control. Labels in upper right graph correspond to all four graphs. Vertical bar is the least significant difference at P = 0.05, and is used to compare means across all treatments and times in a graph.



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Efficacy of Pre-harvest Fungicide Applications and Cold Storage for Post-harvest Control of Botrytis Fruit Rot (Gray Mold) on Red Raspberry