Blue mold is a downy mildew disease of tobacco that is caused by Peronospora
tabacina, a fungus-like protist in the family Peronosporaceae. Blue mold can ...
Dangers of blue mold in the home. Where it is typically found, health problems
caused by blue colored mold, how to safely remove it. Cleaning up toxic mold, ...
Mycotoxins are harmful to humans and animals. Mold spores including those of
blue mold can cause allergic reactions to sensitive people when inhaled.
The US government claims that the black mold (aspergillius) and the blue and
white mold (pencillium) can produce cancer-causing toxins when grown on grain.
It is characterized by green, blue, or black patches around your home or
workplace. ... Toxic Mold contains allergens that are known to cause allergies in
Usually it will appear rather as just black spots, or dark green of blue spots, and
these ... Many different conditions are caused by mold and this is a big part of the
Under cold storage conditions, blue mold lesions (from wound infections) caused
by the common species may be expected to be one to one and a quarter ...
Blue mold of commercial tobacco is caused by Peronospora tabacina, a fungus-
like organism that is highly destructive to tobacco seed beds, transplants and ...
One mold that grows on lemons looks like a blue-green powder. ... Aflatoxin is a
cancer-causing poison produced by certain fungi in or on foods and feeds, ...
Jul 6, 2009 ... green/blue colored mold is growing in the basement I have a ... mask and gloves
and bleach I know mold can cause serious health problems.