green mould

green mould

n
(Plants) another name for blue mould1
References in classic literature ?
It was sorely tumbled, damp, and covered with a dull, spotted, green mould, in consequence of being kept in a dark locker of the cabin.
But none of these young men had much hope of really advancing in his profession, or any earnest desire to do so; and over many of them the green mould of the perfunctory was already perceptibly spreading.
On closer inspection, Sam found green mould on the bottom of the cake.
The fountain, switched off to prevent damage during icy winter weather, had developed a layer of green mould.
The price of the cleaning agent is not revealed, but Cllr Lloyd pointed out some of the treated homes are covered in green mould or algae from top to bottom.
A memorial that is covered in grime and green mould along with his poor dog that is in the same state.
Stomach-churning photos taken inside the property show pairs of shoes and a Mulberry handbag coated in green mould, as well as huge patches of damp on the walls.
Zheng, "Biological control of green mould decay in postharvest Chinese bayberries by Pichia membranaefaciens," Journal of Phytopathology, vol.
digitatum causing green mould on Washington navel orange.
The problem is that within weeks of painting, our house gets green mould in patches all over the front of the stone, but the others don't.
Influence of a postharvest hot water treatment on the development of green mould [Penicillium digitatum (Pers.:Fr.) Sacc.] and on the quality of 'Mandora' fruit [Citrus reticulata Blanco x Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck].
FIASCO Murray is a straight talker out of the Green mould and when he says he has been a lifelong fan, there isn't much doubt he means it.