Snow Mold

@inproceedings{Matsumoto2016SnowM,
  title={Snow Mold},
  author={Naoyuki Matsumoto and Tom Hsiang},
  booktitle={Springer Singapore},
  year={2016}
}
In cold-temperate region, plants are more frequently damaged by biotic factors, primarily snow mold, than by abiotic factors such as freezing. Snow mold is used here as a generic name for plant diseases that occur under snow cover. Many different fungi may be involved, and each snowmold fungus has its own ecological and physiological features. They normally infect and can prevail on plants under snow, but generally are dormant during other seasons. Their habitat under snow is characterized by… CONTINUE READING
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