A Systematic Approach to Diagnosing Plant Damage

Publication Date: 
11/01/1990
A comprehensive guide for determining the difference between nonliving and living causes of plant damage. The authors also provide a list of available references for identifing plant problems, references topics vary from general plant problem diagnosis to crop specific.
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Nov.-Dec. 1990
Vol.13, Issue 6
Pages ii-24

James L. Green
Ext. Hort. Specialist

Joe Capizzi
Extension Entomologist
OSU, Corvallis, OR 97331

Otis Maloy
Extension Plant Pathologist
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164

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Container-grown, Field-grown - Balled and Burlap, Christmas Trees, Field-grown - Bare-root, Conifers, Greenhouse, Ecology, Evergreen and Deciduous Shrubs, Nursery, Herbaceous Perennials, Fertility, Potted Flowering Plants, Industry Profile, Shade and Flowering Trees, Insects, Irrigation, Mites, Pest Management, Plant Diseases, Plant Growth, Plant Problem Diagnosis, Plant Stress, Soil Management, Sustainable Production