Definition of graywall
: a disease of tomatoes probably caused by excess sunlight and characterized by translucent grayish brown streaks or blotches on the outer surface of the fruit and browning of the vascular strands
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Origin and Etymology of graywall
so called from the discoloration of the skin
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