Noninfectiousfactors:LightWaterTemperatureNutrientsMites and Insects
Hedera helix with marginal burn caused by excess fertilizer.
Accurate diagnosis of these problems can be difficult, so the January 2001 APSnet Feature takes a look at light, nutrient, water, and temperature imbalances, and insect and mite infestations of common ornamental foliage plants.-- J. B. Ristaino
Read The January 2001 Feature . . .
The January 2001 feature story was compiled by APS staff from the following publications (available from the APS Press Bookstore):
Compendium of Ornamental Foliage Plant Diseases by Ann R. Chase;Compendium of Flowering Potted Plant Diseases by Margery L. Daughtrey, Robert L. Wick and Joseph L. Peterson;Foliage Plant Diseases: Diagnosis and Control by Ann R. Chase;Diseases and Disorders of Ornamental Palms by Ann R. Chase and T. K. Broschat.
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