Tropical Foliage Disorders: A Ball Guide
Ball Pub., 2002 - 181 sivua
This practical reference provides professional growers with the tools necessary to make in-the-field identifications of tropical foliage disorders. Listing more than 70 varieties of foliage plants, this guide covers a broad range of disorders, including pest damage, disease, phytotoxicity, and environmental problems. Each disorder listing includes a visual identification, brief description of damage, and solution for treatment, including ecologically benign applications whenever possible. Timely recognition can save a crop or landscape, and this guide is ideal for foliage growers, interior landscapers, educators, and plant retailers.
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