frogeye


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frog·eye

 (frôg′ī′, frŏg′ī′)
n.
A plant disease caused by fungi and characterized by rounded spots on the leaves.

frogeye

(ˈfrɒɡˌaɪ)
n
(Plant Pathology) a fungal plant disease causing leaf spots

frog•eye

(ˈfrɒgˌaɪ, ˈfrɔgˌaɪ)

n., pl. -eyes for 1.
1. a small whitish leaf spot with a narrow darker border, produced by certain fungi.
2. a plant disease so characterized.
[1910–15]
frog′eyed`, adj.
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2016 was a record year for foliar disease in the U.S., the South and Midwest were hit especially hard by Southern rust, gray leaf spot and Northern corn leaf blight in corn and frogeye leaf spot and brown spot in soybeans.
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Bradley, "Frogeye leaf spot pathogen with reduced sensitivity to fungicides found in Tennessee soybean field," University Illinois Extension Bulletin 172, 2010.
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