Grape flower

(Bot.) a liliaceous plant (Muscari racemosum) with small blue globular flowers in a dense raceme.

See also: Grape

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(16) It has been hypothesized that high concentrations of calcium oxalate in the stigmatic and stylar tissues of the grape flower prevent germ tube elongation by Botrytis cinerea (9,10,11,12) calcium also has been shown to decrease the decay area (severity) caused by Botrytis cinerea in apples.
Feeding damage by European grapevine moth larva to a grape flower before bloom.
Top notes are grape flower, Italian mandarin, freesia, violet leaf and aldehydes The heart features Indian jasmine, Madagascar ylang ylang and hawthorn.
The neutral grape spirits are then infused with nine botanicals and fleur de vigue, the distilled oils of the Ugni Blanc grape flower. The gin has a generous bouquet of lightly spiced, citrus and fresh floral aromas, a medium weight body and a voluptuous mouthfeel.
European grapevine moth (EGVM) is an exotic pest that has the potential to cause greater damage than other lepidopteran pests in California vineyards because it feeds on grape flower parts and berries.
Reduce trusses of indoor grape flowers to one per lateral to help ensure quality rather than quantity.
The first grape-based gin, it involves green grape flowers macerated in ugni blanc grapes from Cognac, then distilled with nine botanicals.
Researchers developed a prototype crop estimation tool that can be attached to vineyard equipment such as a shoot thinner and takes thousands of images of grape flowers or berries.