[NAFEX] Apples with brown inside
ed.fackler at gmail.com
Thu Sep 7 16:25:20 EDT 2006
The problem you describe sounds like a disease called moldy core which
infects the apple immediately post bloom. It generally occurs during years
of near constant rains during the immediate post bloom period where the
organism enters the fruit from the bottom of the newly forming apple.
And there is nothing much which can be done to prevent it. Some
publications recommend application of the various edbc fungicides (Polyram,
Dithane, etc.), but I doubt that it would help.
Hope this helps.
ed, So. Indiana, almost heaven (again)
On 9/7/06, akmanty <akmanty at localnet.com> wrote:
> We have had several apples fall off our Snow apple tree. Some have worm
> holes. But this particular one looked OK on the outside, but when I cut
> it open to see how it was ripening, the core area and then some, appears
> to have a brown rot. I have never seen this before, in all my years of
> growing apples. Any ideas as to what it might be?
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