Answer: Well, botrytis spores can't sprout unless there's a thin film of moisture on the plants, and temperatures are within 15-20 Celcius. Increased air circulation to reduce condensation on plants will help tremendously. This may mean spacing the plants farther apart and pushing more air through the greenhouse with fans. I'm not sure of this, but there may be varieties of statice that have a more open growth habit, which would allow plant surfaces to dry more quickly and reduce the incidence of disease. Best of luck!
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