Environment of Earth

August 12, 2008

HABITAT AND PLANT RESPONSE

Filed under: Environment,plants — gargpk @ 12:51 pm
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Cause

Common name

Botanical name

Plant part

Symptom

Cold area

Pea

Pisum sativum

Leaf

Bronzing

Cold area

Bean

Phaseolus vulgaris

Leaf

Bronzing

Cold area

Spinach

Spinacea oleracea

Leaf

Bronzing

Dry area

Pine

Pinus sp.

Needle

Tip burn; sharp boundaary between necrotic and healthy tissue

Dry area

Spruce

Picea sp.

Needle

Tip burn; sharp boundaary between necrotic and healthy tissue

Dry area

Fir

Abies sp.

Needle

Tip burn; sharp boundaary between necrotic and healthy tissue

Dry area

Aspen

Populus tremula

Leaf

Tip necrosis with sharp boundary

Dry area

Plum

Prunus domestica

Leaf

Marginal/interveinal necrosis, boundary chlorotic & diffuse

Dry area

Wych elm

Ulmus glabra

Leaf

Tip necrosis with sharp boundary

Dry area

Willow

Salix sp.

Leaf

Tip necrosis with sharp boundary

Dry area

Cherry

Prunus avium

Leaf

Marginal/interveinal necrosis, boundary chlorotic & diffuse

Dry area

Oak

Quercus rubur (Q. pedunculata)

Leaf

Interveinal brown/bronzed lesions

Dry area

Apple

Malus sylvestris

Fruit

Dark lesions

Dry area

Cherry

Prunus avium

Fruit

Brown/black depression at tip

Dry area

Pear

Pyrus communis

Fruit

Brown/black depression at tip

Dry area

Tomato

Lycopersicum esculentum

Fruit

Blossom end rot

Water logged area

Lucerne (alfalfa)

Medicago sativa

Leaf

White stipple

Hot area

Onion

Allium cepa

Leaf

Tip necrosis; white/grey stipple

Hot area

Horse chestnut

Aesculus hippocastanum

Leaf

Marginal necrosis

Hot area

Lettuce

Lectuca sativa

Leaf

Brown stipple of veins

Hot area

Lucerne (alfalfa)

Medicago sativa

Leaf

White stipple

Cold area

Lucerne (alfalfa)

Medicago sativa

Leaf

Necrotic stipple

Cold area

Potato

Solanum tuberosum

Leaf

Black discolouration; necrotic stipple

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