noun, plural phyl·lox·e·rae [fil-uh k-seer-ee, fi-lok-suh-ree] /ˌfɪl əkˈsɪər i, fɪˈlɒk səˌri/, phyl·lox·e·ras.
Origin of phylloxera
Examples from the Web for phylloxera
Contemporary Examples of phylloxera
Phylloxera struck in the late 19th century, and in the 20th century, Soviet winemaking mandates encouraged quantity above quality.The Rebirth of Seriously Good Georgian Wines
February 15, 2014
The original vines on the estate perished in the late 19th century from oidium and phylloxera, and Klein Constantia shut down.Drink Like Nelson Mandela: South Africa’s Exciting New Wine
December 14, 2013
Historical Examples of phylloxera
Want of rain and the phylloxera are constant anxieties at the Cape.The Last Voyage
Lady (Annie Allnutt) Brassey
The winter egg may be taken as the beginning of the life cycle of the phylloxera.
Why may we not grow these grapes if we protect them from phylloxera, fungi and cold?
The roots are strong, thick, and very resistant to phylloxera.
Like those of Vulpina, the roots are slender, hard and resistant to phylloxera.