Used for fungous and insect enemies of the potato, and of the apple when bitter rot is troublesome.
Bluish light flooded the chamber, dazzling after the fungous dimness.
Insect and fungous enemies beset the species, and take advantage of breaks to invade the twigs through the chambered pith.
No fungous or other parasite can be detected in the earliest stages.
It has been supposed, however, to be the result of a fungous growth.
If fungous granulations appear, they must be removed by touching them with nitrate of silver or blue vitriol.
The ointment of creosote is said to be effectual, even when the ulcer exhibits a fungous character, or proud flesh is present.
The quantity of fungous growth this year is quite remarkable.
Felled trunks occasionally lay across it, and alongside were the hollow and fungous boles of trees sawn down in long past years.
The mycelium is the most important part of the fungous growth.
fungous fun·gous (fŭng'gəs)
Variant of fungal.